The Warriors might end up going to Chicago in September, as the NBA is exploring a second "bubble" for the eight teams who are not a part of the resumed season in Orlando.
Golden State coach Steve Kerr has a nickname for the proposed event.
"I call it the 'JV Bubble,' " Kerr said on the most recent episode of his "Flying Coach" podcast.
— Steve Kerr (@SteveKerr) July 13, 2020
You probably are aware that "JV" is short for "junior varsity."
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So what are the Warriors doing in the meantime?
"Right now we have our young players coming in -- working out individually," Kerr explained. "One player, one coach at our facility in San Francisco.
"No team activities are allowed at this point."
If the Warriors end up participating in the "JV Bubble," it's all but certain that players like Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green and Andrew Wiggins will not attend.
Warriors' Steve Kerr shares nickname for proposed second NBA 'bubble' originally appeared on NBC Sports Bay Area