What did the NBA stars do on the occasion of a long vacation for COVID-19?

If on the pitch, each player has a different style of play, then on the field, they also have such different activities.

The 2019-20 season is on hold, all NBA players have had to isolate themselves and restrict themselves from going out according to the tournament organizers. This inadvertently opened up another aspect of NBA stars to their fans, which is their daily life.

If on the pitch, each player has a different style of play, then on the field, they also have such different activities.

Dàn sao NBA làm gì nhân dịp được nghỉ dài vì COVID-19?

LeBron James – Los Angeles Lakers

Known as a professional who locked himself in the gym, LeBron James took advantage of this time to maintain his fitness.

Training at the UCLA Heatlh Center facility of the Los Angeles Lakers, LeBron was “accompanied” by Bronny and Bryce, two sons who had a great passion for basketball.

Having just completed his first high school season, Bronny scored an average of 6.8 points with 2.0 rebounds for Sierra Canyon High School and his teammates to win the California State Championship.

Damian Lillard – Portland Trail Blazers

When family obligations beckoned, his father Damian Lillard immediately answered. Thanks to the NBA suspension, the Portland Trail Blazers superstar has been with his wife and son (Damian Jr.) more.

In a message to fans, Lillard held his first son in his arms and shared that: “Fighting the virus this time needs the consent of everyone. Please protect yourself offline”.

Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell – Utah Jazz

As the first two NBA players to be positive for the new strain of coronavirus, Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell have been isolated for treatment in different areas in Utah. Last night, both Utah Jazz superstars appeared on the NBA’s official Twitter to share their messages.

The first is Rudy Gobert, who thanked the medical staff in both Utah and Oklahoma City these past few days. Besides, he also received many words of encouragement, helping to create the necessary positive energy.

Also updated on health and progression is Donovan Mitchell. Along with that, “Spida” also shared that although he is missing basketball but still must play games all day because it is still in isolation for definitive treatment of COVID-19.

Dàn sao NBA làm gì nhân dịp được nghỉ dài vì COVID-19?

 

Spencer Dinwiddie and Stephen Curry – Brooklyn Nets and Golden State Warriors

Spending too much time due to the postponement of the season, Spencer Dinwiddie came up with the idea of ​​sitting home watching his highlights online. It seems that this action is less favored, it turns out Stephen Curry did the same and even the Golden State superstar watches it twice.

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