Fever set to join rest of WNBA teams in 'bubble'

The Indiana Fever, who were delayed in going to the WNBA bubble because two players had tested positive for the coronavirus, were to arrive in Bradenton, Florida, on Saturday.

The other 11 WNBA teams went to IMG Academy on July 6, with everyone in the traveling parties needing to be tested and then quarantined for four days once they got there.

"We thank Pacers Sports & Entertainment and WNBA leadership for diligently working on a safe course of action for our players and staff to travel," Fever president Dr. Allison Barber said in a statement.