Apparently money can buy you a lot of things, just not a hoop.
Inside Giannis Antetokounmpo’s Wisconsin home, the reigning MVP has been cooking, cleaning, spending time with family and working out since the NBA suspended its season because of the coronavirus pandemic.
What he hasn’t been doing is playing basketball.
With the Bucks holding an NBA-best 53-12 record, the organization continues to operate as if the season will resume. Players communicate through a group chat.
Bucks coach Mike Budenholzer and general manager Jon Horst are keeping players focused on improving every day in some way.
Part of that includes consistent interaction with Bucks director of performance Troy Flanagan, who is working with the staff to keep players on track.
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