The Philadelphia 76ers are one of the 22 teams set to return to NBA action in the bubble location in Orlando. Glen Robinson III opened up about the Sixers' daily practice in the new set up, calling it “weird.”

According to the Sixers swingman, the league has set up “blind schedules” for the players. Though he admits it's an unusual schedule, he knows that the league's extreme precautionary measures are imperative. After all, a single coronavirus case during the season itself might signify its end.

“It’s a little weird. It’s basically one person at a time and they have us on blind schedules. Ben’s (Simmons) here and leaving as I’m pulling up and as I’m leaving, Furk (Furkan Korkmaz) is coming in and doing his work so it’s about an hour on the court and about 30 or 45 minutes in the weight room,” Robinson said, per Ky Carlin of USA Today.

“The most important thing is keeping everybody healthy. We can’t afford to miss a couple of weeks of training because of a slip up so I take my job very seriously and I keep myself isolated. Hopefully, my teammates and the whole staff are doing the same thing which I know they are.”

The Sixers currently sport a 39-29 record for sixth in the Eastern Conference. Their first game back is with the Indiana Pacers followed by the San Antonio Spurs.

For the past two postseasons, the Sixers have made it all the way to the Conference Semifinals. This time, the obvious goal for the Brett Brown-coached squad is to make it past that and hopefully win the title.