The leagues that went ahead and set up bubbles are seeing it pay off right now as things seem to be going smoothly in all of them.

However, with players from different teams around the league spending so much time together, there’s the chance that some recruiting might take place, among other things.

On Tuesday afternoon, the Brooklyn Nets upset the Milwaukee Bucks, 119-116, and it turns out they got a little bit of help from the Houston Rockets.
 

Sure Giannis Antetokounmpo and Khris Middleton only played 16 minutes each in the game, but maybe the Rockets’ advice did actually help the Nets pull off the win.