Milwaukee Bucks big man Robin Lopez has raised a pretty valid concern about the NBA's decision to use Disney World in Florida as the bubble for the remainder of the season. It has nothing to do with the threat of the coronavirus whatsoever, though, and it's something straight out of the Robin Lopez book of hilarious quips.

ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski earlier reported that players and their families will not be allowed to enjoy the park as they play out the remainder of the season, and this prompted a candid query from Lopez:

One thing is for sure: Lopez is a hilarious guy. He did not stop there, though. He even referenced cult legend Michael Scott of the now defunct comedy program “The Office,” as Lopez shared his thoughts about potentially starting a protest about the NBA's no-rides-in-Disney-World policy.

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All jokes aside, though, we're certain that Lopez — and the rest of the league for that matter — is taking this matter very seriously. It's truly commendable how the NBA has come up with a plan to see out the remainder of the season, but no mistake about it: the health risks for the players and the staff are going to be high. The coronavirus is still a very legitimate threat, and everybody involved in the resumption of the 2019-20 season will need to make an extra effort to protect themselves from potentially contracting the virus.

Lopez is not making a joke out of the situation here. He is simply providing a bit of a comedic relief — as he always does — in the midst of warranted fear and uncertainty.