NBA may use the Chicago bubble for teams not involved in the Orlando restart

Reportedly, the eight NBA teams that don’t compete in Orlando may still have a chance to play before the start of next season.

According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the league is “approaching” the creation of a second bubble in Chicago with a date scheduled for September. The teams will take part in a training camp and play against each other.

The top 22 teams in the NBA standings are already competing in Orlando later this month, with eight seeding games followed by four playoff rounds.