Devin Booker admits the NBA suspension is ‘weird’ for him

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Devin Booker shared his thoughts on the NBA suspension due to the coronavirus crisis.

The superstar of the Phoenix Suns says health and safety are top priorities, yet he admits he is still struggling to adapt to this situation.

“It’s been weird, man. I’ve thought about it a lot, and I’ve been talking about it with other players. This is the most in the dark we’ve been about anything. We really don’t know what’s next or what’s going to happen. Not being able to be in the gym is hard, but safety is our main priority.

I’m trying to stay prepared as best as I can. I’m trying to eat the right way and get my push-ups and sit-ups in when I can. I actually bought a basketball hoop a week ago and put it up outside, so I’ve been shooting on that, but that’s about it. I’ve just been playing video games and relaxing with the family,” Booker said, via Arash Markazi of the Los Angeles Times.

The NBA has suspended the season for at least 30 days, due to the outbreak of the coronavirus.