Some NBA players apparently feel the league's plan to resume the season at Disney World isn't a good idea. Kim Klement-USA TODAY NETWORK

Many are excited to see the NBA move toward resuming its season, but some players do not share that enthusiasm.

According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, a “faction” of players have privately discussed concerns about resuming the season in an Orlando bubble. Subsequently, part of the agreement between the NBA and NBPA is expected to include provisions that allow players to voluntarily sit out games.

It’s only logical that some players are worried about playing in a bubble environment. There are concerns about family members, and some NBA players have pre-existing conditions that could make them more vulnerable to the virus.

The NBA is doing all it can to put rules in place to ensure everyone’s safety, but there’s inherent risk in showing up to Orlando. It will be interesting to see which players, if any, opt out of playing with a meaningful NBA playoff on the line.

This article first appeared on Larry Brown Sports and was syndicated with permission.

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