Where there's a will, there's a way.

The National Basketball Association (NBA) has managed to create a season at a unique venue in Florida: Disney World. The players are living and playing inside of a self-contained "bubble" to give their fans a fully televised season.

Players are tested regularly and are held to rigorous health and safety guidelines, including face masks for all and social distancing around the Orlando campus. 

Games are played without spectators, but check out those virtual fans!

The teams have dedicated practice space and the vast acreage surrounding the resort for relaxing when they're off the court.

When it's time to get down to business, they play televised games in empty courts, surrounded by their teammates, media, and coaching staff.

To read more about how things are going in the Disney World bubble, check out the NBA's Disney Diary online. You can see behind-the-scenes photos and have a front-row seat to the players' activities off the court as well in this popular blog.

Follow along on the NBA on Campus Twitter feed to see what your favorite players are up to!

What do you think of this year's strange NBA season? Let us know in the comments!