Greg Popovich says NBA bubbles are the safest place
Gregg Popovich was initially skeptical about heading to Orlando to start again, but now he says that the NBA bubble is the safest place.
Due to the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, players and coaches withdrew from the game, Popovich initially considered skipping to restart the game due to age and health issues.
“I talk to many people [Commissioner] Adam [Silver], You will soon discover the experience of him and many of his staff integrating this matter together. Said Popovich.
Popovich believes that coaches and athletes can continue to fight for social justice when they fall into the Orlando bubble.
Many participants were firmly able to use the restart as a platform to continue to fight for social justice and raise awareness of systemic racism.
Popovich has been very active in expressing opinions and plans to continue to do so.
“Since the decision was made, in all cases, with all these precautions, to restart this season, this is an excellent opportunity to make the game a pre- and most important event that happens when we socialize here , Popovich said.
The San Antonio Spurs will strive to enter the playoffs by winning a game.
Masked Gregg Popovich arrived in Orlando and led the Spurs into the playoffs 8-0: pic.twitter.com/tquXtLKiSt
—Noah Magro George (@N_Magaro) July 11, 2020
This is an unfamiliar field for a team that is used to being among the best teams in the West and occupying an important position in the NBA playoffs.
For now, the Spurs are happy to put their coach aside when the season restarts.
This post is written by Justin Hickey