Memphis Grizzlies small forward Justise Winslow doesn't seem to be in favor of resuming the 2019-20 season.

In a post to his Instagram story on Friday, Winslow suggested the NBA is prioritizing revenue over player safety.

The NBA would have probably lost around $1 billion if the season got canceled altogether. Even though we are still in a global pandemic and the state of Florida has a number of COVID-19 cases, it looks like games are going to resume on July 30.

Orlando is experiencing a spike in the percentage of positive coronavirus tests in the weeks following the reopening of Florida’s economy. The state reported a record 3,207 new cases on Thursday.

The Grizzlies are among the 22 teams scheduled to partake in the “bubble” games. Memphis acquired Justise Winslow from the Miami Heat in the Andre Iguodala trade. The lefty wasn't able to make his Grizzlies debut before the season was suspended due to a nagging back injury.

Winslow, the 10th overall pick in the 2015 draft out of Duke, has career NBA averages of 9.0 points, 5.4 rebounds and 2.7 assists. The Grizzlies are in the eighth spot in the West, but they will have to fight off the New Orleans Pelicans, Portland Trail Blazers, Sacramento Kings, San Antonio Spurs and Phoenix Suns to keep that spot once the “bubble” games start.

In the 11 games he appeared in for the Heat this season, Winslow put up 11.3 points, 6.6 boards and 4.0 assists.