NBA Players In The COVID-19 Pandemic

Faced with the prospect of being unable to play for at least the next 2 months because of the COVID-19 epidemic, many NBA players have been having conflicting emotions.

NBA players in the COVID-19 pandemic: Depressed, frustrated people because of listless people

Faced with the prospect of being unable to play for at least the next 2 months because of the COVID-19 epidemic, many NBA players have been having conflicting emotions.

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Like every year, this time is always the time when the players, as well as the host team, are always in a hurry with the schedules, training as well as competition and especially the stressful playoffs. However, with the recent volatile situation because of the global pandemic called COVID-19, everything has almost gone “derailed”.

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Summarize the feelings of the NBA players when they are in the “no eat, sit” period.

Summarize the feelings of the NBA players when they are in the "no eat, sit" period.
Stephen Curry and his wife acted for the community during this pandemic
Donovan Mitchell was frustrated because there were still so many people listless during this COVID-19 pandemic
Donovan Mitchell was frustrated because there were still so many people listless during this COVID-19 pandemic
LeBron James is too free to ask more "drinking buddies" to join him
LeBron James is too free to ask more “drinking buddies” to join him
Russell Westbrook urges everyone to listen to government instructions to prevent the spread of the epidemic
Russell Westbrook urges everyone to listen to government instructions to prevent the spread of the epidemic
Summarize the feelings of the NBA players when they are in the "no eat, sit" period.
Serge Ibaka has reached the level of … playing NBA music on his own while doing housework
Trae Young is bored without saying ...
Trae Young is bored without saying …
Summarize the feelings of the NBA players when they are in the "no eat, sit" period.
Ja Morant is “autistic” to the extent that he gave a pitch … in his living room
Luka Doncic learned how to be a ... streamer in his spare time
Luka Doncic learned how to be a … streamer in his spare time

Despite COVID-19, the Boston Celtics still play nice with all employees

The NBA 2019/20 season will be postponed for at least 1 month, which makes the headache teams cope with no revenue, especially the pay for the players as well as the employees.

But the Boston Celtics recently reassured their employees by announcing they would pay 100% of their employees’ salaries, and no one would get a pay cut even if it was only a penny.

Celtics’ staff consisted of mid-game performers, dressing room staff, boys picking up balls and mascots to the officials at the table of referees and statistics.

Celtics employees are paid a full salary, whether they are sitting or playing
Celtics employees are paid a full salary, whether they are sitting or playing

These are employees who sign a contract directly with the Boston Celtics and are protected by the team. With the remaining positions such as security guards, cheerleaders, … signed through a third party company will not be in the responsibility of the blue shirt team.

Anyway, the actions of the Boston Celtics still deserve recognition when they accept the full payment of their employees, despite the fact that they were just playing around when the tournament was delayed.

This makes more sense when the NBA reveals that players can get a 20% pay cut. However, comparing the salary between the player and the team staff is still a great distance.

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Understand that so many players have donated money to their team staff. For example, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Kevin Love, Karl Anthony-Towns and even Rudy Gobert.
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