• The NBA has proposed holding games in Las Vegas and Disney World in order to resume the season
  • Jared Dudley clarifies that players will be allowed to leave the bubble location
  • There are also several possibilities to consider shared by Dudley  

The NBA continues to be on hold while the global pandemic continues to loom across the entire world. One of the proposed ideas of the league is to hold games in a bubble location in which LA Lakers forward Jared Dudley shared his thoughts on the idea.

The veteran sharpshooter first clarified with ESPN the misconception that players aren’t allowed to leave the bubble.

"You will be allowed to leave," Dudley shared.

"Now just because you leave, if we're going to give you that leeway, if you come back with corona, you can't play," Dudley added.

There have been several locations already speculated in which the league can use to resume the games. The NBA is considering using two sites for play to resume in Las Vegas and in Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida.

For Dudley, he foresees possible scenarios if this plan pushes through.

"When you're dealing with 300 different players -- if you've seen the Jordan documentary, every team's got a Rodman. He just doesn't have green and blue hair," Dudley said,

This is in reference to Dennis Rodman leaving the team for a partying stint in Las Vegas.

"There's always someone who's outside the box, who does that, takes the risk and says, 'Hey, listen, man, I'm healthy, and I feel good.'"

In addition to this, Dudley sees the importance of having the star players of each team healthy and monitored. One example is in his team with the Lakers, as LeBron James and Anthony Davis must be kept within sight as much as possible.

"Bron, AD and all the top guys we have, we'll be wrapping them in a bubble and not letting them go anywhere," Dudley shared.

"You'll have that be a team rule. Now, it won't be a league, an NBA rule, but you'd want to say, 'Listen, guys, we've come too far. We're going to put our family on hold,'" Dudley added.

This has been one of the more eventful seasons in the NBA. The Lakers were currently on top of the Western Conference before COVID-19 struck. It will be interesting to see how the league continues to work on the best solution to safely put basketball back on track.

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LeBron James #23 is congratulated by Anthony Davis #3 of the Los Angeles Lakers after scoring a basket against Memphis Grizzlies during the second half at Staples Center on October 29, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images