The Boston Celtics, just like the rest of us, are still adjusting to a new lifestyle during the coronavirus pandemic.
With the NBA season indefinitely on hold, players have had to find new ways to stay busy and connect with their teammates. In the latest episode of "The Enes Kanter Show," Kanter and Chris Forsberg are joined by Celtics phenom Tacko Fall as the two discuss life in quarantine.
"I've been in the house since everything started," Fall said. "It's boring. Just playing video games all day. That's about it."
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What video game has Tacko been playing?
"Call Of Duty," he answered. "[Daniel Theis] is in most nights, Semi [Ojeleye] sometimes, and Grant [Williams]."
According to Tacko, Ojeleye is undoubtedly the best CoD player of the bunch.
When the C's aren't connecting with one another via video games, they're hopping on Zoom conferences to chat with coach Brad Stevens. Kanter notes the conference calls often are educational and include discussions of life off the court.
Fall enjoys the Zoom conferences because it keeps him in touch with his teammates when he's stuck at home alone, and they provide him with some much-needed entertainment.
“I love these Zoom conferences,” Fall said. "First of all, its good to see everyone’s face because you’re in the house all day — especially right now, I’m by myself. There’s nobody else in here. So definitely miss the guys, so it’s always good to see their faces.
“And just [because of] the different personalities we have, I feel like on the phone since there is nobody around and it’s just virtual, sometimes people tend to be a tad bit goofier. Especially like Grant [Williams] and some of the rookies, and it’s just a great atmosphere.”
Also discussed on the show was the making of Kanter's marshmallow/treadmill TikTok video and the teammates Kanter and Fall would most/least like to quarantine with.
You can listen to the new episode of The Enes Kanter Show on YouTube or your favorite podcasting app.