Phoenix Suns superstar Devin Booker praised the NBA for its innovative health protocols following reports that no player tested positive for COVID-19 inside the bubble in Orlando, Florida.

“It’s a great step. We’re under a very tight bubble, like they say, so I would be very surprised if anybody does get it. But anything can happen. I’m happy I’m in a safe place,” Booker said, per Suns reporter Gina Mizell of The Athletic

The league has opened its facilities at Disney World at the beginning of the month and established strict protocols for each individual inside the bubble. Aside from a mandatory quarantine period for players upon entering, all teams are also subjected to frequent swab tests to determine any possible carrier of the viral disease.

Social distancing is still observed within the parameters of the area while wearing of masks is also strictly enforced.

The NBA, meanwhile, has strived hard to come up with a concrete health plan during the break for the resumption of the 2019-20 campaign. It's nice to see that their meticulous handling of the matter is paying off so far.

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If all goes well, other sporting leagues might also follow the NBA's protocol for their respective seasons.

Regular season games, meanwhile, are set to start on July 30, so the league is expected to be on the lookout to keep everyone safe.

As for Devin Booker and the Suns, they must find a second wind in the NBA restart for a chance to secure a Top 8 spot in the stacked Western Conference. They will have a lot of ground to cover for sure, as they hold a 26-39 record for 13th in the West.

The Suns are the lowest-ranked team among the Western Conference teams in the NBA bubble. They are also six games behind the eight-seeded Grizzlies.