Teams participating in the restart of the 2020 NBA season have started reaching the isolated bubble in Orlando on Tuesday, but the food served to athletes has already gone viral.
Troy Daniels, the guardian of the Denver Nuggets, was the first to report the lack of substance in his dinner in the NBA bubble at Walt Disney World. His food, or the lack thereof, spawned a number of jokes from people comparing the spread to airplane food, the disastrous Fyre Festival, and school cafeteria lunch.
“Fyre Fest 2.0 in the NBA bubble. Documentaries are being made,” wrote one user.
NBA TEAMS ON THE WAY TO HAVE REAL PRACTICE
“I had exactly that meal in middle school,”
“NBA players risk their lives to play in this bubble and they are literally fed airline food,” wrote another user.
Former Kings Guard Isaiah Thomas also took part in the fun saw after glancing at the food Daniels posted and said there was no way Lakers star LeBron James would interfere.
Later, Brooklyn Nets’ point guard, Chris Chiozza, posted a photo of the full meal on Instagram that appeared to contain actual meat.
However, this did not prevent people from continuing their social media jokes at the expense of the food served to the NBA players.
NBA, UNION APPROVED LIST OF SOCIAL JUSTICE MESSAGES FOR JERSEYS DURING THE 2020 RESTART SEASON: REPORT
Marc Stein of the New York Times has tweeted that food won’t look much like “airplane Treys” for a long time, adding that it becomes more of a hotel experience when players are no longer quarantined in their rooms.
CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORT COVERINGS ON FOXNEWS.COM
“The food in the NBA bubble changes after quarantine is complete,” he wrote. “After the first 48 hours, player dishes no longer look like airline trays …”