Malcolm Brogdon on wearing a mask in practice: “Only wear so that the boys feel comfortable”
Malcolm Brogdon has stated that he will continue to wear a mask, even if he is training, so that his teammates feel safe.
After testing positive for the coronavirus, Brogdon wears a mask during training for safety reasons until official measures are resumed.
“I plan to do it until we start playing games,” Brogdon said on Thursday Eric Woodyard from ESPN. “It’s something I did for my conditioning, just to be considerate of the boys, just in case the boys are worried that I got the virus before. I only wear it to to be careful and to make the boys feel comfortable. “
Brogdon has tested positive for corona virus in June. As he said, he was very lucky since the security guard has since recovered 100% after experiencing the virus with mild symptoms.
“I had very mild symptoms,” said Brogdon. “But had a fever and headache [other] People infected with the virus had it much worse than me. I was very lucky and very blessed to have completely overcome the virus and to feel great. So I’m 100 percent back. “
The rookie of 2017 achieved an average of 16.3 points, 4.7 rebounds and 7.1 assists for the Pacers this season.
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