Memphis Grizzlies defender/forward Justise Winslow doesn’t fully expect the NBA to resume playing in Orlando.
“I know the NBA takes it very seriously, but I don’t know if it’s worth it. Is it so serious? People have families and people have babies. We have attracted international players all over the country and left their families until they entered the second round In order to meet their family members, Winslow said in an interview with Caron Butler on Twitter: “There is still much to be done. “
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Winslow also made it clear that even with extensive preventive measures, the NBA can hardly guarantee the safety of players.
“Bubble is tricky, man… from a COVID perspective, it’s not a good idea to have all these people in bubbles and narrow spaces. This is almost the opposite of social alienation. We will have to work for Disney Workers; they are going to go home, visit their families and do whatever they want, but then they will come back.” Winslow said. ESPN.
Since the end of the “Gray and Gray” era, the Grizzlies have had the opportunity to enter the playoffs for the first time.
Although Winslow did not participate in the Grizzlies due to injury, he is optimistic that his new team can achieve good results in the playoffs.