The Orlando bubble was a tough time for many players. Players were separated from their family, while also being in a sequestered environment. There is no doubt that a lot of people struggled without the energy from the fans, just as others thrived.
LeBron James has recently commented on the Orlando bubble and joked about the fact that he doesn't want to go to Orlando anymore. He talked about how they have no chance to sign him in free agency, and if he were traded there, he mentioned that he'd retire.
It makes sense that some players may have a negative outlook on Orlando and Disneyworld after their experience in the bubble. They essentially had to downgrade their lives and live separately from all their loved ones, while many real-world world issues such as COVID-19 were raging on the outside. There is no doubt that the conditions played a factor in their negative mindset.
The Los Angeles Lakers have a chance to go up 3-1 on the Phoenix Suns during the matchup tomorrow. LeBron James will be the key to the win, as even with Chris Paul hurt, the Phoenix Suns are a formidable opponent. Hopefully, we see an amazing performance from the King.