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NBA won't look quite the same

WorldNews Wednesday, 22 July 2020 ()
NBA won't look quite the sameLAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. -- There's no bench. The court side broadcasters will not be court side. And the stat crew will be doing their work inside what loosely can be described as an oversized hockey penalty box. The NBA is coming back with a very different look. The league's marketing motto for the restart of the season at Walt Disney World is "Whole New Game," and in many respects, that's very true. The arenas that will be used for the exhibitions, the seeding games that start July 30, and then the playoffs that are scheduled for mid-August through mid-October set up...
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