AP -- During a normal NBA season, the sights and sounds of arenas serve as both a backdrop and home court advantage for its teams.  But with no fans allowed in the stands for the upcoming restart because of the ongoing pandemic, the league's Florida bubble setup will have a different feel for both players and coaches, as well as the television audience watching from afar.

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The NBA has promised to do its best to bring some of the familiar noises and environment that players are used to playing in and fans have grown accustomed to seeing when the curtain officially drops.