The NBA season tipped off last week, but the coronavirus pandemic remains a dominant storyline. For example, teams are playing at their home arenas and are no longer in a bubble, but fans are not allowed to attend games. Then there's the schedule - trimmed down from 82 games to 72 games, but teams currently only know who they're playing for the first 36 games. Steve Cannella, Editor in Chief at Sports Illustrated, discusses the lessons the NBA has learned from leagues such as the NFL when it comes to playing a season outside of a bubble.