The Toronto Raptors Are Sharing How They Stay Entertained During Self-Isolation (VIDEOS)
Everyone is keeping busy!
The Raptors have found themselves in a 14-day self-isolation after the team's roster came in contact with a player from the Utah Jazz who had tested positive for COVID-19. While the Toronto Raptors players have all tested negative for the virus, they are being advised to stay home during the upcoming weeks. However, many of the stars have found a variety of activities to keep themselves entertained during these lonely times.
With thetheir season until further notice, the players don't even have basketball to keep them entertained throughout the upcoming weeks.
Yet, this hasn't stopped them from working out, cooking, catching up some video games, and even spending some extra time with their families.
Fred VanVleet is taking the extra time off to spend some quality time with his children. He and his partner Shontai Neal are going to spending the next few weeks working on sleep training the newest addition of their family.
"Night one of sleep training baby Freddy was exhausting," Neal revealed on her Instagram page.
However, VanVleet isn't the only one who is keeping busy. Serge Ibaka has created a whole new series during his time in self-isolation.
The NBA star has started a series of short videos titled How Bored Are You? which showcase what he is doing during his time at home.
In one episode,encouraging fans who are also stuck at home to still stay active.
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson was also spotted trying to make the most out of his self-isolation period.
The NBA star posted a video on Instagram of himself dancing away in a living room, captioning the short segment, "Quarantine can’t hold us down."
Oshae Brissett is also making the best of his time at home, posting stories of himself on Instagram playing the popular videogame Fortnite in an attempt to pass the basketball-less hours.
Yet, it's not just the players who are working on staying entertained. Coach Nick Nurse also appeared to be killing time by creating a
Nurse shared a wholesome new video on Instagram on Wednesday in which he warned people to be extra hygienic during these trying times.
Despite the Raptors being stuck at home without basketball, they still appear to be keeping themselves entertained.