Tweets emphasize that the closure will not affect Disney’s ongoing partnership with the NBA or the Orlando Magic…
Scott Gustin, one of the most well-known voices on Dis-Twitter, signaled the end of The NBA Experience at Walt Disney World’s Disney Springs with a string of tweets around noon (eastern time).
BREAKING: The NBA Experience at Disney Springs at Walt Disney World will not reopen and is permanently closed.
Tweets About The Closure
The thread follows:
Gustin added a fourth tweet that said, “The decision to close the facility, which was a mutual decision made with the NBA, was communicated to Disney Springs employees via email earlier today.”
UPDATE – Monday PM
I just wanted to pass along a tweet and second confirmation for the NBA Experience story.
Ashley Carter, who works for MyNews13.com actually wrote this story while on the monorail. Carter is a must-follow.
Just two years after its debut, The NBA Experience at Disney Springs has permanently closed, Disney World confirmed Monday.
The writer added:
What You Need To Know
- The NBA Experience opened at Disney Springs in 2019
- When the rest of Disney World reopened last year, The NBA Experience remained closed
- It’s not known yet what Disney will do with the space
This is a developing story and The DisInsider will post updates on The NBA Experience as appropriate…
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