One of the many measures the NBA intends to implement with regards to guarding the health and well-being of the players participating in the Disney bubble is the potential wearing of a “smart ring,” which is apparently able to detect the early symptoms of the coronavirus. Los Angeles Lakers stud Kyle Kuzma came across the unique piece of jewelry on social media and could not help but comment on it.

Kuzma took to Twitter to share his rather suspicious thoughts on the ring:

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Kuzma has gone full conspiracy theorist here, and to be honest, the device does look like a piece of technology that could easily have an embedded GPS tracker. Utah Jazz forward Joe Ingles fed more fire to Kuzma's flame by enabling his paranoia:

It all appears to be in good fun, though, and props need to be given to the league for taking the necessary measures — regardless of how unconventional they may be — to protect the individuals inside the bubble. The NBA is relying on technology here to aid in its objective to keep the bubble as free of COVID-19 as possible, though the rapidly rising cases in Florida could make this a bit more difficult.

Kuzma and the rest of the Lakers are expected to report for duty next week. We have a little over a month before the season is scheduled to resume, so we can fully expect the teams to starting ramping up their workouts in the near future. After all, game fitness has been one of the main concerns raised prior to the restart, and teams will surely do everything in their power to ensure that their players are ready for the grueling remainder of the season.

The Lakers entered the hiatus with a record of 49-14, the best in the Western Conference.