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Isaiah Thomas Says LeBron Will Not Eat Orlando Meals – Fadeaway World

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The NBA is doing its best to continue the 2019-20 NBA season. After a plan was put into action and put into action, yesterday was the first night players stayed at their Orlando hotels.

Of course, the players showed what life was like in the “bubble” and there was mixed reaction from the community.

In terms of meals, several players expressed disappointment with the lack of variety and portion sizes in their dishes, including Isaiah Thomas, who insisted LeBron James would not settle for such a lackluster dinner.

No way Bron Bron eat this LOL https://t.co/mGWgPBbS6S

– Isaiah Thomas (@isaiahthomas) July 8, 2020

For professional athletes, imagine they need more protein and nutrition than what we see from meals in the Orlando Bubble. Given the circumstances, the NBA is likely doing its best and the lack of enthusiasm for the meals can only be a result of the season continuing.

For gamblers with cash and cash equivalents, they will no doubt look to alternative options – LeBron is likely no exception. A guy like him, who can afford to do pretty much anything he wants, probably connects himself and his entire team with separate five-star dishes.

If only we could get a preview of what this might look like, but James and the Lakers have been eerily silent since the restart plans began.

The good news is that players shouldn’t wait too long for these types of dishes. The NBA says players’ meals will change after the first 36 hours of their arrival. After these first 36 hours, the chefs should be available around the clock. Of course, some have their doubts …

How do you know? ???????? https://t.co/9wPJ2qlaCB

– Donovan Mitchell (@spidadmitchell) July 8, 2020

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