Nine more NBA players have tested positive for COVID-19, less than a week before teams are set to travel to Florida to resume the 2020 season. The National Basketball Association said in a statement on Thursday that this brings the total up to 25 players and 10 team staff members that have tested positive for COVID-19 since testing began June 23rd.

NBA teams are expected to travel on July 7 to Orlando, Florida, where the league plans to resume play on July 30. Players, coaches and other members of staff will practice, compete and live at Walt Disney World, with daily COVID-19 testing and no fans allowed inside the so-called “bubble.”

Nine Players Testing Positive For COVID-19 On FC Dallas In Orlando Bubble Undoubtedly Concerning For NBA