Rudy Gobert opens up about the hard-fought victory against the Pelicans in NBA restart

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Rudy Gobert shared his thoughts on the hard-fought victory of the Utah Jazz against the New Orleans Pelicans in the NBA restart (106-104).

The French center, who had 14 points, 12 rebounds and three blocks in the game, said he was thankful he had the opportunity to play basketball again.

“I’m just grateful. Just grateful to be able to do what I love to do. After everything that I’ve personally and everything the world is going through right now, to be able to keep inspiring millions of kids around the world and keep spreading positivity is just a blessing. And it’s great to start with a win, of course,” Gobert told Tim MacMahon of ESPN.

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