Twitter trashes NBA bubble food at Disney after Troy Daniels' IG post

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UPDATE: The NBA wanted to reassure everyone Wednesday that the quality and quantity get way better as soon as people leave quarantine.

"After clearing quarantine, players will also have access to various restaurants on campus and delivery options to choose from. Players will receive three meals a day and four meals on gamedays. There is never a shortage of food options — players can always request additional food by speaking with their team nutritionists," the league said in a statement (per CBSSports.com).

ORIGINAL STORY:

NBA players began reporting to the "bubble" at Walt Disney World on Tuesday, and almost immediately there was a social media meltdown over the food they were being served. This league . . .

Nuggets wing Troy Daniels got the whole thing started when he posted to his Instagram story a skimpy-looking spread that was delivered to his hotel room.

Daniels had barely hit "send" when the reactions came flying in: Fyre Fest, middle school lunch, airline food, prison grub, MLS meals — a whole buffet of wisecracks.

MORE: WNBA players point out poor bubble conditions; Stephen A. Smith is outraged

Well, Daniels' "meal" looked better than Fyre Fest and prison food, even if it was a bit sparse. But it may have only appeared sparse, because the main course wasn't pictured. The menu in the lower left corner of Daniels' IG photo listed things like "Italian Grilled Chicken With Natural Jus" and "White Fish With Tomato and Dill Topping."

Nets guard Chris Chiozza gave us a look at some of that other stuff on his IG story. A chicken-looking piece of meat and grayish polenta(?) filled his Styrofoam container.

Marc Stein of The New York Times tweeted that the food was looking the way Daniels posted because players are given different food options while they're under quarantine after coming to Central Florida. "Player meals won't look like airline trays after the first 48 hours . . ." Stein wrote on Twtter.

Regardless, NBA Twitter just knows LeBron James won't be dealing with any of this stuff.

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