Scalabrine wrote:DarkXaero wrote:This. It takes time to recover from covid, if you're not asymptomatic. He isn't going to be 100% in two weeks time, and he'll have also missed out on a good chunk of training camp. Factor in the congested schedule of Orlando bubble, and it makes perfect sense from a health perspective to skip this joke of a season.Catchall wrote:
Maybe the fact that he'll be out for the next two weeks means that he won't have time to prepare adequately.
I had Covid in March and I was 100% in 2 weeks. Not saying everyone is the same, but this guy is in way better physical shape than me and has way better health care/supervision than I do. I was working out at my house and riding my bike maybe 5 days after I first felt symptoms. If he really wants to play he can make it happen. Notice how Dinwiddie hasnt ruled himself out yet?
That's great for you. But Gobert has already came out and said he still can't smell, and had "what felt like ants inside of his toes", so unless your a doctor that a specialist on the matter, I would refrain against telling a person how their body feels like when or after covid.
PS: I think I had it March and felt like absolute dog**** for a about a month. Made an appointment for the Eliza test but the Walgreen I went to hadn't even built the lab (Lapcorp) yet so I was SOL.