How NBA to Disney World could create some fun, unique concoctions

Jessica Kleinschmidt
NBC Sports BayArea

While we don't know if the remainder of the 2019-20 NBA season will resume or not, there have been many ideas implemented as to where games would be played, if it does continue.

One of the possibilities put on the table would be to play at one single site. Why not have it be the Happiest Place on Earth, Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla.?

Disney World has everything the NBA would need to make this happen, as the resort has enough basketball facilities, hotels, and accommodations to allow the NBA to stay in its "bubble" amid the coronavirus pandemic.

We got excited about this notion here at NBC Sports Bay Area, and developed Disney-themed NBA goodies.

The Dole Whip could take a Warriors theme, and you can't attend any of the Disney theme parks without a Dole Whip. You could try to Google the perfect recipe, but at the end of the day, it just hits differently when you're around Mickey Mouse … and maybe Steph Curry

Introducing the "Dub Whip."

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For the Kings, we're not heading to Florida without their beloved mascot "Slamson." And have you ever been able to attend an amusement park without balloons? Probably not.

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The teacup ride will not be without its own NBA garb. What about some 76ers, Celtics, and Wizards-themed fun?

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Portland is known for … its pretzels, right? OK, not necessarily, but look how good this Blazers pretzel looks:

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If there was a caramel apple painted in Chicago Bulls colors with Benny the Bull's face on it, would you bite into it? 

We would too. This one isn't poisonous … we don't think:

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If you see anyone in New Orleans, you'll see them taking a big bite out of a beignet covered in powdered sugar for the perfect Instagram post. And the rule of thumb is to always have that with a side of churros:  

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Bet you want a pretzel real bad right now, don't you? 

How NBA to Disney World could create some fun, unique concoctions originally appeared on NBC Sports Bay Area

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