The world is in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. The virus that has affected millions around the world has seen celebrities and athletes urging their fans to stay indoors and help contain the massive spread. Similarly, LA Clippers shooting guard Landry Shamet posted quarantine survival tips for his fans and fellow teammates, hoping to return to a normal life soon.
The 23-year-old posted photos of him and his teammates on Instagram doing what they do best, i.e. playing basketball. Shamet, who was traded to the Los Angeles Clippers in 2019, feels this unusual time is restricting the players from going out and giving it their all on the court.
Shamet has asked people to keep working hard and improve themselves. If everyone follows the lockdown protocols, the world will soon return to how it was before the virus broke out. Things will be back to being smooth again.
The United States has crossed three hundred thousand coronavirus cases, which is a very worrying situation. Shamet asked people to keep adapting themselves according to the difficult circumstances that are prevailing at the moment. It is necessary to stop the virus spreading on a larger scale.
“Missing the guys and the grind. It is a weird time when all you know is pulled out from under your feet, so here’s to a hopefully soon return to life as we knew it,” Shamet said.
Just like any other NBA player at the moment, Shamet is raring to go back onto the court and prove his worth at the highest level. Shamet averages 10.9 points per game for the Clippers and was a part of the 2019 NBA All-Rookie Second Team. This certifies him as an upcoming prospect to look out for in the near future.
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