Giannis Antetokounmpo is spending his time during the NBA’s current hiatus keeping himself in shape, but he’s not playing any basketball.
The League’s reigning MVP says he does not “have access to a hoop.”
The Milwaukee Bucks, similar to other teams, have provided their players with tailored workouts and catered meals to maintain a proper diet.
“I don’t have access to a hoop,” the Milwaukee Bucks forward said Friday during a conference call. “A lot of NBA players might have a court in their house or something, I don’t know, but now I just get my home workouts, (go) on the bike, treadmill, lift weights, stay sharp that way.”
Center Brook Lopez said workout plans have been sent to them via a phone app.
“So, obviously, they give us bands, a bike,” Antetokounmpo said. “They provide us with workouts that we can do at home and also provide us with food. They have a catering company that brings us food for us and our families in the house.
“That’s pretty much it,” he continued. “We’re supposed to stay home, do our workouts, take care of our bodies at home, and that’s pretty much it.”