The "bubble" is casting a shadow over the 2020 NBA playoffs.
According to Kevin Garnett they would have just had to cancel the a season if COVID had struck during his playing days because his baller contemporaries would have never tolerated bubble. He explained why on the Load Management podcast.
"We could NEVER play in the bubble... you know how much I'll be screaming 'get that sh*t out of here'... players walking around naked, balls swinging..."— Complex Sports (@ComplexSports) September 22, 2020
KG said his generation couldn't do a bubble. 💀
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"To be honest y'all, we could never play in the bubble. You know how much I've been screaming during your shot 'Get that shit out of here'? You could've heard me in here, bro," he explained, referencing the lack of crowd noise." Man they'd of had a bunch of censors. Couldn't have all these cameras, you know, players walking around naked, balls swinging all type thing. That's a different league. We were men, yo. We out here talking to each other. We trying to figure out the pick and roll. We ain't switching, you know, it was just totally different. It [would have] been barbaric. We could have never been in a situation like this. It would've been chaotic. It would've been very difficult to put my timing and the guys that I played with and against into a bubble like this and have us not be like — we was high competitors. Everybody's competing. Everybody's damn near fighting every other play."
Was there more genitals in that explanation than you expected?