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So many parents out there can attest to one hard fact: Disney World is expensive.

The hotels are expensive. The food is expensive. The parks are expensive. We could only imagine how expensive it would be to rent out a sizable chunk of the campus to play the rest of the NBA season.

However, we now have a number on what that plan is costing the NBA. It is not small.

The NBA’s Disney World price tag

During an episode ESPN’s “The Jump,” Brian Windhorst reported that the NBA bubble will cost the league $150 million, or $1.5 million per day for 22 teams to play eight regular season games then the playoffs.

Brian Windhorst says the NBA bubble is going to cost the league more than $1.5M a day


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Blue Jays players face massive fines, jail time for leaving team complex

Most Blue Jays arrived early this week for spring training 2.0 in Toronto, where players will reside at a hotel connected to the Rogers Centre. Players planning on leaving the complex have more to fear than COVID-19.

According to TSN, the team has informed its players that they could face a fine of $750,000, as well as potential jail time, if they are caught anywhere other than the stadium or team hotel.

Blue Jays manager Charlie Montoyo said Wednesday that 46 players are currently in Toronto, preparing for the July 24 season-opener against the Rays. A dozen members of the team remain at the Blue Jays facility in Florida, following a report that one player tested positive for the coronavirus, who was in close contact with 11 teammates.

On June 19, the Blue Jays shut down their training facility after one of its players showed symptoms of the virus. Days later, the team reportedly found multiple players and staff members had contracted COVID-19. Toronto has not disclosed who tested positive.

The players in Florida must record two negative tests before being cleared to fly into Canada.

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