Khris Middleton
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Khris Middleton talked about the NBA suspension amid the coronavirus crisis and hopes the season will resume ‘someway, somehow’.

The forward of the Milwaukee Bucks believes the NBA does its best to resume the season.

“It’s still about every other day just to stay in shape, but not kill myself because we don’t know how long this thing is going to last.

I hope we get to get back on that court to finish the season some way, somehow, but with everything the NBA is saying, they’re trying to do everything possible to make sure this season doesn’t go to waste for anybody,” Middleton told Eric Woodyard of ESPN.

Prior to the NBA suspension, Middleton was averaging 21.1 points, 6.2 rebounds and 4.1 assists for the Bucks in 55 games.

Milwaukee had the best record in the NBA, at 53-12.