Not all members of the Cleveland Cavaliers are having online practice sessions with their teammates.
Quarantine measures imposed throughout the United States to stop the coronavirus pandemic had some members of the squad doing workouts at home.
Cavs' 6'7" power forward Larry Nance Jr. said this in a video interview provided by NBA Philippines.
Many NBA teams have been in quarantine and a lot are practicing away from the gym after the NBA temporarily suspended the 2019-20 season in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Among the players who are not taking part in the virtual practice sessions of the Cleveland Cavaliers are Andre Drummond and Tristan Thompson, who have gone home.
“I'm so used to being in person having having our strength coach, having our strength coach or your trainers in front of me to tell me what to do and and guide us along that, but it's been a different challenge,” said Nance, who has been with the team for the last three years.
He said the pandemic has changed the way they do things in practice and in how they interact with fans, and maybe even when the games resume.
“You've got to work out against yourself almost and so it's definitely been a different perspective and a different change, but I think we can get more accustomed to it and start to appreciate it more,” added Nance.