The Celtics’ Gordon Hayward plans to leave a “bubble” for the child’s birth
Boston Celtics forward Gordon Hayward mentioned that if his wife worked during the playoffs, he would leave the NBA Orlando “bubble.”
His wife Robyn (Robyn) will take their fourth child (and first boy) in the East in September. The semifinals are scheduled to start on August 30, while the Eastern Conference finals are scheduled for September 15. The day begins.
During the playoffs, Hayward will have to leave the team for at least a few days.
Hayward said: “Sometimes, when we are there, she will have a baby, and I will definitely be with her.” ESPN’s Tim Bontemps. “…For me, this is a very easy decision. I have given birth to every child, and I think there are more important things in life. So, when we get there, we will cross that bridge.”
Players who are allowed to leave the Orlando “bubble” and enter the family state will be quarantined for four days once returned.
Hayward said: “I know that the NBA has an agreement for such things, I hope I can isolate and test the appropriate time, and then stay with the boys.
Hayward has three young daughters and knows it will be difficult to leave them for a long time.
“Leaving Girls’ Generation will be a difficult day for me,” He says. “They’re big enough, they already know what’s going on, and they know I’m leaving for a while. The chance to compete for the championship is something many of our NBA players want to do. We want to go there to continue this season and try to finish us I have been working hard for a year. Therefore, I think there must be a lot of things to consider.”
Hayward also praised his wife for bringing his daughter back to Indianapolis to stay with his family.
He said: “My wife is unbelievable about this matter.” “She takes care of the girl and takes care of me because I went to more homes, and she is really good. I have been pregnant. Help me for the upcoming Prepare for this upcoming deal [and] At the same time, trying to prepare the girls to return to Indianapolis to have children. …I think we are lucky now… Now that I have the technology to communicate with video calls, I can still talk to her every day. This is different from the story time, bed time and all these good things I did there, but maybe I can do some work remotely. “
This post is written by Chris Tulp