Boston Celtics rookie center Vincent Poirier recently caught up with team reporter Amanda Pflugrad, and shared what he has been up to since the Celtics and the rest of the NBA went into lockdown mode on March 12.
For many fans and players both, it’s been a challenge adjusting to the new normal of the coronavirus quarantine, but several players on Boston’s roster have been sharing some of their daily routines, thoughts and feelings on the viral pandemic on social media.
In the regular teleconferences held by the Celtics, Poirier related how they’d share information about what was going on with the NBA in terms of future plans and important news, but spoke little about the specifics of the game itself, echoing comments by head coach Brad Stevens in an earlier conference call from last week.
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