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Brew Hoop Bubble Shift: Introducing Your Nightly Guide to Bucks Bubble Action

Get the lowdown on all your favorite bubble activities from the Bucks and other teams

2020 NBA Restart - All Access Practice Photo by Bill Baptist/NBAE via Getty Images

Every evening at 8:00 pm central, this all-purpose thread goes up, and the comments section is where it’s going down. And this time, we’re breaking down all the hot goss in the NBA Bubble, Bucks or otherwise. What player looked the sweatiest in the restart practice, were they not working out?! And what shenanigans is the rest of the league getting into. This is the place.

Today’s (Bucks) Bubble Topic: Video Fan Submissions

Personally, I don’t believe I’ve actively interacted with many Twitter contests like this since sending an awful picture of myself to Jared Dudley in 2015 in hopes of snagging some game tickets. I didn’t get those, and don’t plan on submitting anything here either, but does anyone have plans to try and get their virtual mug used for game time this year? If so, anything elaborate planned? Maybe we could plan a massive Brew Hoop Zoom call where all the readers gather under a concerted effort? No free ads, but I won’t blame you if you want to plaster our site logo as your background...

Anyway, anyone have plans to try and submit something for the above contest?

Today’s (non-Bucks) Bubble Topic: C’mon, Richaun

This happened a few days ago, but it’s impossible to not think about. Sacramento’s Richaun Holmes broke the NBA quarantine bubble to fill up on a bit of delivery grub. He even had to issue a statement apologizing for it! There is a lot of shame involved in breaking the bubble, and rightly so, as the intent is to keep it as insulated as possible to avoid exposure. Still, there’s some humor to be found in this situation, and it’s important, very important, that we find out what you would be willing to do to risk a mandatory 10-day quarantine within the bubble. Keep it clean in the comments please!

As a general rule, non-basketball topics are permitted in an open thread, provided that they follow the SB Nation Community Guidelines.