Giannis Antetokounmpo is spending time in his Wisconsin home cooking, cleaning, spending time with family and working out, but he doesn't have access to a basketball hoop during the stay-at-home order.
"So, I don't have access to hoop," Antetokounmpo said during a conference call Friday. "A lot of NBA players have a court in their house or something, but now I just get home workouts. Ride the bike, treadmill, lift weights and pretty much stay sharp that way, but I don't play basketball."
Khris Middleton also doesn't have access to a hoop.
"Since the practice facility is closed down, I don't have any access to a basketball goal unless I go to one of my neighbors' house to shoot outside," Middleton said. "It's really no basketball for me. Basically, like Giannis said, it's the treadmill, the jump rope, some weights and that's it. I have a couple of basketballs I can just dribble in my house or outside but no actual goal to go shoot on."