Throughout the season, Thunder guard Shai Gilgeous-Alexander brightens the Chesapeake Energy Arena tunnel with colorful pants, T-shirts, swollen jackets and overall eye-catching fashion sense.
Without the NBA game being played, Instagram has replaced the road tunnel, and Gilgeous-Alexander’s “#quarantinefits” attracts the attention of GQ Magazine. In a Q&A with GQ, Gilgeous-Alexander talked about various topics.
Regarding the issue of training at home, Gilgeous-Alexander said he had a hoop at the entrance and dumbbells at his house to help him stay in shape.
When asked if he would be okay playing without fans, he said: “That would be very annoying. It would be strange, obviously – it feels like you only play pickups in uniform. But I would rather play without fans than not play at all. “
The majority of interviews, however, focused on the “suitable quarantine” of Gilgeous-Alexander. The Thunder Guards said he approached his clothes at home like he did on match day.
“Basically, when I wear clothes, it’s all just about my mood,” Gilgeous-Alexander told GQ. “It’s all about how I felt that day or at that time. Often, I would look through my closet and I realized I would have something new or something that I wasn’t aware of. Maybe I couldn’t buy it for that purpose. [of a quarantine fit], but I thought, ‘Oh, shoot, that would look stupid with that.’ Then it will live from there. “
The complete GQ Gilgeous-Alexander interview can be found here: https://www.gq.com/story/shai-gilgeous-alexander-quarantine-outfits-interview
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