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Message par marmite » 15 juin 2020, 15:47

Pas une news mais une analyse de Zach Lowe sur les risques encourus par la reprise de la saison : https://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/293 ... iscussions

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Message par illiac » 18 juin 2020, 03:57

Les grandes lignes du retour à la compétition (oui sinon le truc fait 113 pages).
Je pense que ça va refroidir quelques joueurs.
Six phases

The league has broken its return to play schedule down into six phases, part one of which is already underway. There are different rules and allowances for all members of the organization depending on the phase and situation. Here's a closer look.

Phase 1: June 12-22

During this stage, players are to return to their home market by no later than the 22nd. Team facilities may be open for voluntary individual workouts, but no team or group activities are allowed. Players should use this time to fill out a health questionnaire and are expected to quarantine at home except for going to the facility or other essential activities.

Phase 2: June 23-30

The same rules regarding workouts and quarantining from Phase 1 are still in place. It is at this point that teams will begin testing players and staff for COVID-19. Furthermore, teams are required to hold an educational session about the virus and these guidelines for players and staff.

Phase 3: July 1-July 9-11

By July, workouts for players will now be mandatory, though no group or team activities are allowed yet. Players and staff are expected to continue following quarantining rules, and regular COVID-19 testing will continue. During this phase, teams will confirm their traveling party, and make their way to Orlando -- either by bus or chartered plane -- between July 7 and July 9.

All members of the traveling party must complete a form certifying they abided by the pre-Orlando rules, and will continue to follow the guidelines once arriving on campus. Upon getting to Orlando, players must self-isolate in their hotel rooms until they return two negative COVID-19 tests at least 24 hours apart.

Phase 4: July 9-11-July 21

In the fourth phase of this process, group and team activities and practices will now be allowed. As with the pre-Orlando guidelines, players and staff will continue to be regularly tested for COVID-19. During meals or social activities, players and staff are only to congregate with people staying in the same hotel. However, if they wish to eat a meal with someone from another team, that must be done outside, and social gatherings are to take place in designated areas. No player is allowed to be in another player's hotel room.

Phase 5: July 22-29

Along with continuing practices and group workouts, teams will begin playing scrimmages against opposing teams in Phase 5. Each team will play three scrimmages during this portion of the plan. As always, everyone will be subject to regular COVID-19 testing. Once scrimmages begin, players and staff will be allowed to congregate with anyone on campus, regardless of which hotel they are staying at. Still, any meal eaten with a player on a different team should be done outside.

Phase 6 (Restart Phase): July 30-End of season

Regular season games will begin on July 30. All rules from Phase 5 will remain in place. In addition, any player that chooses to leave the campus at any point will be required to go through an additional testing and quarantine period.
COVID-19 testing

As expected, the league is implementing stringent testing rules. Beginning with Phase 2, which starts on June 23, players and staff will undergo regular COVID-19 testing. To start, that will include a PCR test -- the typical throat or nasal swab -- along with an antibody test. All subsequent testing will be a PCR test unless otherwise necessitated.

During the pre-Orlando phases, household members living with players will also be able to get tested. Upon arrival in Orlando, players and staff will need to self-isolate in their rooms until they return two negative tests at least 24 hours apart.

Everyone staying on campus in Orlando, including league staff, broadcast and gameday operations staff and select media members will also be subject to regular COVID-19 testing. However, auxiliary workers not staying on campus will not undergo testing.

Another interesting note is that the league will be working with Yale University to help facilitate a study on saliva testing. Players will not be required to participate, but if they are interested can provide a saliva sample that will be used to help create a quicker, more non-invasive testing procedure.
On-court safety measures

In order to minimize the risk of anyone catching the coronavirus, the league is implementing a number of safety measures that will require extra care and attention from staff and players. Here's a quick rundown of some of the more notable requirements:

Disinfecting basketballs

All basketballs will need to be disinfected by staff prior to use in workouts, practices and games. It's not just as simple as wiping it down, either. The league has outlined a five-step process, as well as instructions on how to create the cleaning solution.

First, staff must create a mixture using a quarter teaspoon of dish detergent per gallon of water. They are then instructed to use a clean towel to wipe off the basketball with that product. After that, they are supposed to wipe down the basketball with water only, then set it aside to air-dry. Once the basketball is dry, it should then be sprayed with a certified disinfectant.

Practice good hygiene

Whether it's licking their fingers or taking out their mouthguard right after wiping their shoes, basketball players routinely do things during games that are an absolute no-no in the time of coronavirus. As such, the league is mandating players to alter their behavior on the court.

Licking your fingers, spitting and clearing your nose are all prohibited during games and practices, mouthguards should be removed sparingly and players are no longer allowed to swap jerseys after games.

Masks

Players will obviously not be wearing masks during games, and neither will referees. The PA announcer and statistician will also not wear them, and coaches will have the option, though it is suggested they do. Everyone else on site at games, however, will be required to wear masks, including coaches on the second row of the bench, workers at the scorer's table and any other gameday staff.
High-tech gadgets

Another tool the league will use to try and keep players healthy is technology. First off, everyone on campus will be required to wear "Magic Bands," which are bracelets that not only serve as hotel room keys but will allow wearers to pass through security checkpoints and check-in for medical testing.

In addition, there are optional gadgets that players can wear for further monitoring.

Proximity alarms

One device is a proximity alarm, which will go off if a wearer is within six feet of another person for more than five seconds. Team and league staff will be required to use one of the alarms, while they will be optional for players. The alarms will not collect GPS locations or other data about personal movement.

Biometric ring

Another high-tech tool the league is making available to players is a biometric ring, which can record vital signs such as heart rate, respiratory rate and body temperature. In theory, that data could help alert teams if a player is at risk to contract COVID-19, or could already have it.
Socializing guidelines

Just like the league is implementing new rules and guidelines for actions on the court, there are even more notes about how players should conduct themselves during their downtime. Here's a closer look at some of the more interesting items:

Stick to your own hotel room

The league is very clear that players should not, under any circumstances, go into another player's hotel room, even a teammate or someone in their organization.

Go outdoors if possible

Whenever possible, players should congregate and socialize outside. To help facilitate this, the league is setting up awnings and tents in outdoor areas that can protect them from the elements. There will also be many activities for players, including golf, swimming and lawn games.

Maintain social distancing when possible

While players will be able to interact with each other once Phase 5 begins, they are still required to adhere to social distancing guidelines when possible, whether that's in the video game lounge, eating meals, hanging out at the pool, etc. Even doubles ping-pong has been banned, which shows just how much detail the league put into these guidelines.

Use your own equipment

When socializing, the league has mandated that players use their own materials. That means no sharing pool noodles -- not sure that's really going to be a big issue with NBA players -- video game headsets and/or controllers, golf clubs and even reading materials.

In terms of playing cards, decks are to be discarded at the end of every game. The league has guaranteed sufficient packs of cards will be available throughout the process.
Food

Another big aspect of this bubble is the food situation. Everyone is particular about what they eat, but professional athletes are on a different level when it comes to nutrition. In what should come as little surprise, players and staff members are not allowed to share food on campus and are asked to wash their hands before and after eating.

Here are some of the other guidelines regarding the food situation:

Eating meals

Until Phase 5 begins, players are only to eat meals with other players or staff residing in their hotel. Once Phase 5 starts on July 22, they will then be allowed to eat with anyone on campus. However, even at that point, there are still some guidelines. If eating inside, they are to sit six feet apart, and if eating with someone from a different hotel, that meal must take place outside.

Team specifics

Each NBA team will be given a designated Disney meal team. That group will help design and create individual menus for teams and help facilitate any specific dietary needs. All teams will also have their own meal room which will be open 24/7 for players to pick up meals, as well as snacks and bottled beverages.

Restaurants and delivered food

The NBA and Disney are working to open some restaurants on campus at a limited capacity, but full details have not been fleshed out on that front. As for delivery, it will be allowed until at least Phase 6 (Restart phase) and possibly longer, though under strict rules. The player's chef preparing the foot outside of campus must certify that they are only engaged in essential activities, are following FDA guidelines, and provide detailed information about their food preparation and delivery process. Even then, the delivered food containers must be sanitized by a staff member. In short, food may be delivered, but it's not "delivery" in the sense that regular people would understand it.

Practices and games

Whenever possible, bottled beverages during practices and games should be labeled for individual use. Single-use food and drink items will be available for players in an open space.

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Message par PistolPete44 » 18 juin 2020, 10:56

illiac a écrit :
18 juin 2020, 03:57
Les grandes lignes du retour à la compétition (oui sinon le truc fait 113 pages).
Je pense que ça va refroidir quelques joueurs.
Six phases

The league has broken its return to play schedule down into six phases, part one of which is already underway. There are different rules and allowances for all members of the organization depending on the phase and situation. Here's a closer look.

Phase 1: June 12-22

During this stage, players are to return to their home market by no later than the 22nd. Team facilities may be open for voluntary individual workouts, but no team or group activities are allowed. Players should use this time to fill out a health questionnaire and are expected to quarantine at home except for going to the facility or other essential activities.

Phase 2: June 23-30

The same rules regarding workouts and quarantining from Phase 1 are still in place. It is at this point that teams will begin testing players and staff for COVID-19. Furthermore, teams are required to hold an educational session about the virus and these guidelines for players and staff.

Phase 3: July 1-July 9-11

By July, workouts for players will now be mandatory, though no group or team activities are allowed yet. Players and staff are expected to continue following quarantining rules, and regular COVID-19 testing will continue. During this phase, teams will confirm their traveling party, and make their way to Orlando -- either by bus or chartered plane -- between July 7 and July 9.

All members of the traveling party must complete a form certifying they abided by the pre-Orlando rules, and will continue to follow the guidelines once arriving on campus. Upon getting to Orlando, players must self-isolate in their hotel rooms until they return two negative COVID-19 tests at least 24 hours apart.

Phase 4: July 9-11-July 21

In the fourth phase of this process, group and team activities and practices will now be allowed. As with the pre-Orlando guidelines, players and staff will continue to be regularly tested for COVID-19. During meals or social activities, players and staff are only to congregate with people staying in the same hotel. However, if they wish to eat a meal with someone from another team, that must be done outside, and social gatherings are to take place in designated areas. No player is allowed to be in another player's hotel room.

Phase 5: July 22-29

Along with continuing practices and group workouts, teams will begin playing scrimmages against opposing teams in Phase 5. Each team will play three scrimmages during this portion of the plan. As always, everyone will be subject to regular COVID-19 testing. Once scrimmages begin, players and staff will be allowed to congregate with anyone on campus, regardless of which hotel they are staying at. Still, any meal eaten with a player on a different team should be done outside.

Phase 6 (Restart Phase): July 30-End of season

Regular season games will begin on July 30. All rules from Phase 5 will remain in place. In addition, any player that chooses to leave the campus at any point will be required to go through an additional testing and quarantine period.
COVID-19 testing

As expected, the league is implementing stringent testing rules. Beginning with Phase 2, which starts on June 23, players and staff will undergo regular COVID-19 testing. To start, that will include a PCR test -- the typical throat or nasal swab -- along with an antibody test. All subsequent testing will be a PCR test unless otherwise necessitated.

During the pre-Orlando phases, household members living with players will also be able to get tested. Upon arrival in Orlando, players and staff will need to self-isolate in their rooms until they return two negative tests at least 24 hours apart.

Everyone staying on campus in Orlando, including league staff, broadcast and gameday operations staff and select media members will also be subject to regular COVID-19 testing. However, auxiliary workers not staying on campus will not undergo testing.

Another interesting note is that the league will be working with Yale University to help facilitate a study on saliva testing. Players will not be required to participate, but if they are interested can provide a saliva sample that will be used to help create a quicker, more non-invasive testing procedure.
On-court safety measures

In order to minimize the risk of anyone catching the coronavirus, the league is implementing a number of safety measures that will require extra care and attention from staff and players. Here's a quick rundown of some of the more notable requirements:

Disinfecting basketballs

All basketballs will need to be disinfected by staff prior to use in workouts, practices and games. It's not just as simple as wiping it down, either. The league has outlined a five-step process, as well as instructions on how to create the cleaning solution.

First, staff must create a mixture using a quarter teaspoon of dish detergent per gallon of water. They are then instructed to use a clean towel to wipe off the basketball with that product. After that, they are supposed to wipe down the basketball with water only, then set it aside to air-dry. Once the basketball is dry, it should then be sprayed with a certified disinfectant.

Practice good hygiene

Whether it's licking their fingers or taking out their mouthguard right after wiping their shoes, basketball players routinely do things during games that are an absolute no-no in the time of coronavirus. As such, the league is mandating players to alter their behavior on the court.

Licking your fingers, spitting and clearing your nose are all prohibited during games and practices, mouthguards should be removed sparingly and players are no longer allowed to swap jerseys after games.

Masks

Players will obviously not be wearing masks during games, and neither will referees. The PA announcer and statistician will also not wear them, and coaches will have the option, though it is suggested they do. Everyone else on site at games, however, will be required to wear masks, including coaches on the second row of the bench, workers at the scorer's table and any other gameday staff.
High-tech gadgets

Another tool the league will use to try and keep players healthy is technology. First off, everyone on campus will be required to wear "Magic Bands," which are bracelets that not only serve as hotel room keys but will allow wearers to pass through security checkpoints and check-in for medical testing.

In addition, there are optional gadgets that players can wear for further monitoring.

Proximity alarms

One device is a proximity alarm, which will go off if a wearer is within six feet of another person for more than five seconds. Team and league staff will be required to use one of the alarms, while they will be optional for players. The alarms will not collect GPS locations or other data about personal movement.

Biometric ring

Another high-tech tool the league is making available to players is a biometric ring, which can record vital signs such as heart rate, respiratory rate and body temperature. In theory, that data could help alert teams if a player is at risk to contract COVID-19, or could already have it.
Socializing guidelines

Just like the league is implementing new rules and guidelines for actions on the court, there are even more notes about how players should conduct themselves during their downtime. Here's a closer look at some of the more interesting items:

Stick to your own hotel room

The league is very clear that players should not, under any circumstances, go into another player's hotel room, even a teammate or someone in their organization.

Go outdoors if possible

Whenever possible, players should congregate and socialize outside. To help facilitate this, the league is setting up awnings and tents in outdoor areas that can protect them from the elements. There will also be many activities for players, including golf, swimming and lawn games.

Maintain social distancing when possible

While players will be able to interact with each other once Phase 5 begins, they are still required to adhere to social distancing guidelines when possible, whether that's in the video game lounge, eating meals, hanging out at the pool, etc. Even doubles ping-pong has been banned, which shows just how much detail the league put into these guidelines.

Use your own equipment

When socializing, the league has mandated that players use their own materials. That means no sharing pool noodles -- not sure that's really going to be a big issue with NBA players -- video game headsets and/or controllers, golf clubs and even reading materials.

In terms of playing cards, decks are to be discarded at the end of every game. The league has guaranteed sufficient packs of cards will be available throughout the process.
Food

Another big aspect of this bubble is the food situation. Everyone is particular about what they eat, but professional athletes are on a different level when it comes to nutrition. In what should come as little surprise, players and staff members are not allowed to share food on campus and are asked to wash their hands before and after eating.

Here are some of the other guidelines regarding the food situation:

Eating meals

Until Phase 5 begins, players are only to eat meals with other players or staff residing in their hotel. Once Phase 5 starts on July 22, they will then be allowed to eat with anyone on campus. However, even at that point, there are still some guidelines. If eating inside, they are to sit six feet apart, and if eating with someone from a different hotel, that meal must take place outside.

Team specifics

Each NBA team will be given a designated Disney meal team. That group will help design and create individual menus for teams and help facilitate any specific dietary needs. All teams will also have their own meal room which will be open 24/7 for players to pick up meals, as well as snacks and bottled beverages.

Restaurants and delivered food

The NBA and Disney are working to open some restaurants on campus at a limited capacity, but full details have not been fleshed out on that front. As for delivery, it will be allowed until at least Phase 6 (Restart phase) and possibly longer, though under strict rules. The player's chef preparing the foot outside of campus must certify that they are only engaged in essential activities, are following FDA guidelines, and provide detailed information about their food preparation and delivery process. Even then, the delivered food containers must be sanitized by a staff member. In short, food may be delivered, but it's not "delivery" in the sense that regular people would understand it.

Practices and games

Whenever possible, bottled beverages during practices and games should be labeled for individual use. Single-use food and drink items will be available for players in an open space.
Décidément c'est au forceps et à tout prix qu'il faut sauver la saison NBA, ça va ressembler à rien.

L'astérisque sera plus que jamais obligatoire sur ce titre (*) ^^
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Message par Rhea » 18 juin 2020, 11:09

Bah, les conditions seront les mêmes pour tous, donc...
Thats your opinion. But opinion is just a combination of Pi and Onion, and since no one likes maths and onions make you cry, your argument is invalid.

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Message par PistolPete44 » 18 juin 2020, 11:12

C'est ce que tu crois, mais déjà pas mal de joueurs trainent les pattes pour aller chez Disney, d'autres sont carrément contre, c'est juste du bu$ine$$ comme de faire jouer la LDC en plein mois d'août sur un match sec. Le spectacle sera assez pitoyable après un si long break. Puis suffirait qu'une star se pète (LBJ au hasard^^) et là ça va chouiner de partout.

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Message par marmite » 18 juin 2020, 11:14

Ces deux arguments ne sont pas incompatibles.

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Message par MintBerryCrunch » 18 juin 2020, 14:06

Oui et avec des Si on refait le monde, on en sait rien si ça se trouve ça sera le moment basket le plus excitant de l'histoire :)
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Message par PistolPete44 » 18 juin 2020, 14:28

Le basket le plus excitant après une si longue coupure et sans fans :P
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Message par AsapEagle » 18 juin 2020, 14:28

Sans public j'en doute fortement que ça devienne le plus excitant de l'histoire...

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Message par PistolPete44 » 18 juin 2020, 14:35

On le voit avec le foot, le décorum fait (quasi) tout, les fans, les couleurs et l'animation en tribunes, les chants (pas les enregistrements fakes et souvent à contre-temps). Sans ça c'est une coquille vide sans âme.

Et sportivement des matchs insipides, sans rythme, sans dépassement de soi, il est humainement impossible de faire comme si tout était normal et se mettre dans les mêmes dispositions psychologiques.
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Message par KekeDeluxe » 18 juin 2020, 14:42

En termes d'intensité, il y a fort à parier qu'on y arrive pas mais, à la défense de cette reprise, c'est plus facile de créer une ambiance artificielle en gymnase qu'en stade.

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Message par PistolPete44 » 18 juin 2020, 15:00

KekeDeluxe a écrit :
18 juin 2020, 14:42
En termes d'intensité, il y a fort à parier qu'on y arrive pas mais, à la défense de cette reprise, c'est plus facile de créer une ambiance artificielle en gymnase qu'en stade.
Hé bien tu vois j'en suis pas si certain, c'est un endroit encore plus confiné.Tous les sports de salle qui plus est en plein été même si la clim' sera poussée à fond vont à mon avis beaucoup souffrir d'un huis clos. Même si la NBA peut avec ses moyens tenter d'animer artificiellement une salle avec des projections de faux fans par exemple, sans oublier bien sur de mettre une sono d'ambiance. Mais on a vu en Espagne avec la Liga par exemple que les tribunes pixelisées étaient une horreur et que les bruits d'ambiance fakes étaient souvent à contre-temps des actions sur les différents championnats qui ont repris.
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Message par AsapEagle » 18 juin 2020, 15:26

C'est vrai sur le coup je n'y ai pas pensé mais jouer en salle en floride en plein été, va pas falloir que la clim déconne :D Qui sera le premier enrhumé ? qui sera le premier à se plaindre que la clim a dévié son shoot ? :D

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Message par marmite » 18 juin 2020, 15:29

La température n'est-elle pas contrôlée habituellement dans tous les gymnases ?

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Message par Sam D. » 18 juin 2020, 15:53

Et puis la Floride c'est un climat tropical, il ne fait pas vraiment plus chaud en août qu'en juin ou octobre :)
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Message par PistolPete44 » 18 juin 2020, 15:58

Hmmm la belle moiteur floridienne, encore pire :D
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Message par SylvesterTemple » 18 juin 2020, 16:03

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Message par AsapEagle » 18 juin 2020, 16:22

Sam D. a écrit :
18 juin 2020, 15:53
Et puis la Floride c'est un climat tropical, il ne fait pas vraiment plus chaud en août qu'en juin ou octobre :)
heureusement qu'ils ont pas choisis le texas alors parce que certains ont parfois eu du mal à supporter la chaleur par le passé. :mrgreen:

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Message par KekeDeluxe » 18 juin 2020, 16:31

PistolPete44 a écrit :
18 juin 2020, 15:58
Hmmm la belle moiteur floridienne, encore pire :D
On se demande d'ailleurs pourquoi ils sont aller faire un parc d'attractions là bas.
trashtalk a écrit :Grâce à ESPN et The Athletic, qui ont pu obtenir une version du document, on a eu un grand nombre de précisions par rapport à la reprise de la NBA dans la bulle d’Orlando, et notamment les dispositifs mis en place pour assurer la sécurité des personnes concernées. Après la répartition des 22 équipes dans les hôtels et les modalités à respecter pour les absents de la reprise, voici en dix points les autres éléments à retenir. Let’s Go !

1) Si un joueur est testé positif, il sera amené dans un lieu isolé et différent de la chambre d’hôtel dans laquelle il résidait. Il sera rapidement testé une nouvelle fois afin de confirmer le premier test et si le second est également positif, le joueur restera dans ce lieu isolé pendant 14 jours au moins pour se faire soigner.

2) Les joueurs qui quitteront la bulle sans accord préalable (une autorisation pourra être obtenue pour des urgences familiales par exemple) vont devoir passer par 10 à 14 jours de quarantaine, une baisse de salaire par match manqué, et des tests renforcés à base de prélèvement nasal bien intrusif. Certains réfléchiront à deux fois avant de vouloir s’aventurer en zone interdite…

3) Les Toronto Raptors, qui sont dans une situation particulière vu qu’ils évoluent au Canada, seront les premiers à arriver en Floride. Les joueurs des Dinos ne se retrouveront pas dans la ville de leur franchise mais à Naples (en Floride hein, pas en Italie), eux qui utiliseront l’Alico Arena de la Florida Gulf Coast University comme centre d’entraînement. Pour info, les joueurs doivent retrouver le marché de leur franchise pour le 22 juin au plus tard afin de pouvoir commencer les tests COVID le lendemain.

4) Les joueurs pourront porter une bague haute technologie pour mesurer quelques caractéristiques physiologiques (température, rythme cardiaque…) et ainsi déceler rapidement la présence potentielle du virus. Voilà qui pourrait permettre à certains joueurs d’avoir enfin une bagouze au doigt (on ne vise personne). En restant dans la technologie, les membres du campus porteront un bracelet Disney MagicBand qui servira comme clé pour la chambre et comme pass pour des examens médicaux. Enfin, les joueurs pourront porter une alarme de proximité qui avertira le joueur s’il est trop près d’une autre personne pendant trop longtemps (pour cela, cette dernière devra aussi porter cette alarme). Parfait pour la distanciation sociale.

5) À leur arrivée, les membres des différentes équipes vont devoir s’isoler pendant 48 heures dans leur chambre d’hôtel et devront être testés négativement à deux reprises. L’objectif, s’assurer que personne n’est contaminé avant même d’aller plus loin. Chaque équipe débarquera avec 37 membres au total (joueurs, coachs, membres du staff et du front-office…), dont 17 joueurs maximum. Au fur et à mesure que la saison avance, des modifications pourront être faites, avec des membres du staff qui s’ajouteront.

6) Entre le 22 et le 29 juillet, les matchs de « pré-saison » auront lieu. Trois par franchise, et contre des équipes résidant dans le même hôtel. Un petit Bucks – Lakers pour se chauffer ?

7) Concernant les masques : le port n’est pas obligatoire pour les joueurs et les arbitres, ni pour les coachs et les remplaçants évoluant au premier rang du banc (ça sera quand même recommandé pour les coachs). Par contre, les joueurs et les coachs qui sont au deuxième rang, c’est masque obligatoire (sauf joueur actif).

8) Les matchs se dérouleront dans trois salles différentes : The Arena, HP Field House, Visa Athletic Center. Et il pourra y avoir des personnes dans les tribunes. Pas des fans évidemment, mais les joueurs pourront assister en nombre limité aux rencontres des autres équipes.

9) Ça vous intéresse de connaître le programme lors d’un jour du match ? En gros, pour un match en soirée qui commence à 19h, c’est petit dej’ à l’hôtel – shootaround au gymnase du coin – retour à l’hôtel pour déjeuner – repos l’après-midi – direction la salle pour le match en fin d’après-midi – préparation pour la rencontre puis match – après-match avec l’équipe et les médias – retour à l’hôtel pour la douche avec possibilité de se restaurer.

10) Tous les membres de la bulle devront attester par écrit qu’ils respecteront les consignes sur le campus. Si elles ne sont pas respectées, des sanctions pourront s’appliquer. Pour les joueurs, elles peuvent aller du simple avertissement jusqu’à la suspension, et même l’exclusion de la bulle. Par ailleurs, une hotline sera créée par la NBA pour déclarer de potentielles violations des protocoles mis en place. Selon vous, qui va appeler le plus ? On prend les paris mais sachez que Chris Paul a pris cher sur Twitter.


Voilà pour les principales infos à connaître, même s’il y a évidemment encore beaucoup d’autres détails dans le gros pavé distribué aux joueurs. De jour en jour, on y voit plus clair concernant la reprise et il est certain que la vie chez Mickey s’annonce très spéciale.
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Purée, s'imaginer vivre 2 mois dans ces conditions, moi ça me foutrait les jetons.

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Re: NBA News

Message par Sam D. » 19 juin 2020, 08:37

AsapEagle a écrit :
18 juin 2020, 16:22
heureusement qu'ils ont pas choisis le texas alors parce que certains ont parfois eu du mal à supporter la chaleur par le passé. :mrgreen:
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PistolPete44 a écrit :
18 juin 2020, 14:35
On le voit avec le foot, le décorum fait (quasi) tout, les fans, les couleurs et l'animation en tribunes, les chants (pas les enregistrements fakes et souvent à contre-temps). Sans ça c'est une coquille vide sans âme.

Et sportivement des matchs insipides, sans rythme, sans dépassement de soi, il est humainement impossible de faire comme si tout était normal et se mettre dans les mêmes dispositions psychologiques.
Toujours autant pessimiste c'est triste :) . Voir les meilleurs joueurs du monde jouer sans fans ça m'excite beaucoup plus franchement, j'ai pas besoin d'un public pour me faire ressentir des actions dans du jeu :)
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Message par trigg of Oz » 19 juin 2020, 09:11

On parle de Playoffs quand même, même les joueurs vont avoir du mal à de motiver à mon avis.
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Message par Sam D. » 19 juin 2020, 09:33

Perso je dis : "attendons de voir".
Si ça résonne comme dans une coquille vide, comme un entrainement, on pourra assez objectivement être déçus. Si la NBA met tout en place (musique, ambiance virtuelle, voire comme on en avait parlé interaction avec le public à distance), qu'on entend à la limite davantage les joueurs, voire s'ils mettent en place des écrans géants où l'on peut voir des fans...ça sera autre chose. Il y a plein de choses à inventer.
D'ailleurs ça me fait penser, les rassemblements sont interdits aux USA ? S'ils ne sont pas interdits (ou s'ils ne le sont pas en août), on peut imaginer aussi des fans qui se regroupent à un endroit (comme lors des finales quand le match est à l'extérieur), filmés et "sonorisés" en permanence et qui pourraient apporter l'ambiance tout le match. On est en 2020, je pense qu'il y a moyen de faire un truc bien fait, synchrone et pertinent sur le plan sonore.
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Message par MintBerryCrunch » 19 juin 2020, 09:54

Moi perso l'ambiance open gym j'ai vraiment envie de voir et d'entendre les joueurs ! Et je pense pas que les joueurs vont avoir de la peine à se motiver, l'enjeu est toujours très grand. On aura peut-être des records de points marqués aussi qui sait !
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Message par marmite » 19 juin 2020, 09:55

Faut avouer que certains n'ont pas l'air de l'être, stars comme role players (bien qu'eux soient davantage contraints économiquement).