Next month, the NBA plans to have its players embark on a journey to Disney World where they will compete in the league's first-ever bubble city. This concept is only necessary due to the Coronavirus and players are already having some very justified concerns. However, things took an interesting turn today as it was revealed that Kyrie Irving has brought nearly 200 players together, who are all feeling uncomfortable with the NBA's ambitious plans. In fact, Kyrie and the players will participate in a Zoom call to see where they stand on the issues.

If there is any team that could benefit the most from the league's return, it would be the Los Angeles Lakers who are title contenders. With this in mind, it's not surprising that players like Kyle Kuzma and Jared Dudley came out on Twitter in support of restarting the season. "Some of us want to hoop and compete don’t get that twisted," Kuzma wrote.

As you can see from the tweet above, Dudley is hoping to take part in this Zoom call and see what the biggest concerns are moving forward. At the end of the day, the players do need to be consulted before finalizing a plan as intricate as a bubble city. 

If the NBA can't get the players to agree to it, the league could be in some serious trouble.