Carmelo Anthony “still struggles to travel to Orlando”
Like many NBA players, veteran Carmelo Anthony misses playing basketball and wants to be active again. However, the unusual situation caused by the coronavirus pandemic gives him mixed feelings. Once the season resumes, players must stay in the bubble at Disney World in Orlando.
While players are allowed to leave the bubble, they are unlikely to do so. After returning to the bladder, they must be quarantined for ten days and go through two negative coronavirus tests.
“When it comes to basketball, I’m ready and looking forward to getting back to work,” said Anthony during a conversation with Los Angeles Lakers striker Kyle Kuzma. “But to be honest, I’m still struggling to travel to Orlando amidst everything that’s going on. Just being isolated from the rest of the world is why I have mixed feelings about the return of the NBA . “
This season, the 36-year-old veteran scores an average of 15.3 points and 6.3 rebounds per game for the Portland Trail Blazers, who will try to jump into the playoffs after the season ends.
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