Here's how NBA players and teams are arriving to the Disney bubble

Patrick Beverley shows off his Orlando bubble hotel room (0:29)

After some time and creativity, Patrick Beverley takes to Instagram to show off his newly situated hotel room in the Orlando bubble. (0:29)

NBA teams have begun arriving to the bubble as training camps tip off ahead of the league's restart, which is slated for July 30 inside Disney's ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando, Florida.

While not all 22 teams have touched down in Orlando, many are already sharing the experiences of the first few days, including room tours, must-haves for the road and previews of the practice courts. Here's an inside look from players and teams.

The defending champs and other teams made statements upon arriving to their hotels:

The Orlando Magic, who made the quick trip to Walt Disney World, gave a quick tour of the practice facilities inside the hotel conference center.

LA Clippers guard Patrick Beverley has his room already configured: a mini gaming station by the window, snacks on the counter and enough T-shirts to last him all the way to the NBA Finals.

Speaking of gaming, Miami Heat center Meyers Leonard, who is one of the most active gamers in the league, brought nearly his entire setup to his hotel room.

We didn't get to see inside the Dallas Mavericks' rooms, but Luka Doncic & Co. looked like they were having too much fun outside of them.

And while Joel Embiid and the Philadelphia 76ers have yet to arrive, the All-Star big man is ready -- and taking no chances:

The Los Angeles Lakers and star duo LeBron James and Anthony Davis are also off to Orlando, hoping for a long stay inside the bubble.

Finally, Gary Trent Jr. needed a quiet space for a quick photo shoot to show off his fit. Naturally, he went to the latrine to do his business.

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