Programming note: Relive Game 5 of the 2015 Western Conference Finals when NBC Sports Bay Area re-airs the Warriors' win over the Rockets on Thursday, April 2 at 8 p.m. PT.
Warriors rookie forward Eric Paschall is following the shelter-in-place rules.
He is practicing social distancing and doing his part to flatten the curve.
But if he had to quarantine with one of his Warriors teammates right now, who would he pick?
"Ohhhhhhh. Ummmmm. I would choose my man Ky Bowman," Paschall told Mark Willard of KNBR 680 on Wednesday night. "He's always in a positive mood. His energy is unmatched.
"Definitely Ky. Me and him live in the same complex so I could do that anyway. But definitely my man Ky. We'd be compatible."
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It's safe to assume Paschall never thought he would be asked that question after the Warriors selected him with the No. 41 overall pick in the 2019 NBA Draft.
But the world has been turned upside down and here we are.
Lastly, Willard asked Paschall why he wears No. 7 with the Dubs.
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"All the other numbers I used to wear were taken," the Villanova product said. "No. 11 -- obviously I can't get that one. Klay Thompson has it. No. 14 is retired, No. 24 is retired and No. 4 -- Omari (Spellman) had. But at the time, Quinn Cook had it.
"So I was just stuck with seven ... I'm gonna stick with seven because it's a new journey in my life."
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