Although the conditions in the bubble that the NBA created in Orlando do not seem to be the most comfortable, the Greek of the Bucks values everything he has compared to his humble past.
Giannis Antetokounmpo understands that any player who feels unhappy about living conditions in the bubble of the NBA may have a different vision from yours.
Several players shared social media posts from their functional rooms in the American city as the league prepares for its restart later this month.
The star of Milwaukee Bucks He considers that the situation does not represent any imposition or demand, when thinking about his experiences of poverty lived in his native Greece as a child.
“I am in a situation where I am extremely blessed and cannot complain,” said the Greek, MVP of the 2018/19 campaign. “Obviously, no matter where you are in life: there is always something to complain about, there is always a problem and an inconvenience,” he added to assess his timeliness.
Along the same lines, the 25-year-old pivot commented: “I try not to focus on that. So, as I said, my apartment in Greece, when I was younger, with my four brothers, was much smaller than the suite I have in the hotel, so I’m just trying to enjoy the moment. “
In fact, Antetokounmpo is excited about a return to competitive action at Walt Disney World, and already points to the Bucks’ duel against the Boston Celtics on July 31.
“This is something special. Hopefully, this pandemic will never happen again, but at the end of the day, this is part of the story. So being here, participating in this … it’s about enjoying every moment and basketball I am happy that we are going to play again, something that I love to do, so there is nothing to complain about, “said the 2.11 meter tall player.
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