Troy Daniels of the Denver Nuggets shared some pics of his first meal from the NBA bubble at the Disney World Resort's ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Florida.

People quickly responded with jokes comparing the food being served to what someone would find on a flight.

Others brought up the failed Fyre Festival.

Chris Chiozza of the Brooklyn Nets also shared pictures of his meal to his IG Stories.

Isaiah Thomas also chimed in, hypothesizing that LeBron James will not be very happy about the available food options. 

The New York Times' Marc Stein reports that the meals that players will receive will change after they're out of quarantine.

"During the required quarantine period when teams first arrive to the NBA Campus at Orlando, meals are delivered directly to hotel rooms," a spokesperson for the NBA said after pictures of food being served at the bubble went viral. "Each of the 22 NBA teams were paired with a Disney culinary team, who meets with each NBA team’s nutritionists regularly to create menus to support specific team needs. 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."

A few days ago, ESPN's Malika Andrews gave a behind the scenes glimpse of the NBA bubble, which is located outside of Orlando, and also what the food situation looked like for those under quarantine. 

The restarted NBA season is set to begin on July 30.

In other news, on Monday, ESPN's Kayla Johnson shared footage of the WNBA bubble and it didn't look too good.

People then took to Twitter to say that the conditions were unacceptable. 

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