G-League Confirms 'Bubble' Tournament
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The G-League players haven't seen action at all since the NBA got suspended back in March due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Therefore, the league will host a 'bubble' tournament starting in February 2021.

ESPN's Jonathan Givony confirmed 18 teams will be attending the 'bubble', including the G-League Ignite squad, which features potential No. 1 overall pick in 2021, Jalen Green.

Givony also reported a draft will be conducted in January which will temporarily disperse players whose rights are owned by G League teams that opted not to play in the bubble. 

Players who signed Exhibit 10 during the 2020 NBA training camp, including Jordan Bell and LiAngelo Ball, will also be in this pool of draft prospects.

Kyle Korver, Dewayne Dedmon, Shabazz Napier, Emmanuel Mudiay, Jeremy Lin, Gerald Green, DeMarre Carroll and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson  are some of the players who remain as free-agents.

Including traveling party in the single site bubble, which has daily COVID-19 testing, food and on-site medical care, the expenses will go up to 400-500 thousand per team.