Paul predicts the warm-up time for players in the rematch, saying the NBA will not blindly restart

Paul predicts the warm-up time for players in the rematch, saying the NBA will not blindly restart
Whether and when the NBA will rematch is not just a concern for fans. Many NBA players also hope to get the correct answer. Chris Paul, the chairman of the player union, naturally becomes the object of their consultation.On April 23, the Thunder star Paul revealed in an interview, “The players have approached me many times and asked me about the league’s plan, whether the regular season will continue, and how to arrange the playoffs.”Paul admitted that he did not know the answers to all the questions, and the league would restart the moment while ensuring safety.And he personally believes that unless the season restarts, all players need at least 3 to 4 weeks to prepare for the battle and adjust the state.In 2013, Paul, who was at the time for the Clippers, took over Fisher and was elected as the president of the Players Union for the first time.In 2017, Paul was re-elected as the president of the Players Union, and his term of office is still 4 years.As the representative of all NBA players, the player union is mainly responsible for bringing benefits to the players in the negotiations with the NBA management.In addition, when the NBA league makes decisions on major issues such as labor agreements and the game system, the opinions of the player union are also indispensable.Since the NBA closed on March 12, the NBA league, executive representatives, and player unions have discussed and discussed the rematch plan several times. However, due to the complex situation of the US epidemic, there has been no final conclusion.Paul said that although some sports events are trying to restart, the NBA cannot follow blindly. “Our decision needs to be forward-looking. When all conditions are restored to safety, I think the league will restart.””Everyone is eager to play. The last time I entered the arena to shoot, it was still a pre-game layup against the Jazz (March 12).””In Paul ‘s view, all players are eager to play, but he also does not know what will happen in the future. Currently he can only focus on various forms of training.” If the league makes a final decision, players need to enter the state processTime, the player union does not want the players to play at a great risk.”Nuggets coach Michael Malone and Paul hold a similar view,” no matter when and when players are allowed to return to the game, we need to prepare for the game and warm up time, everyone can not return to play immediately.We need at least one month of training warm-up to help the players find their competitive state.”Sauna, Ye Wang Xu Bangyin editor Wang Xihuang proofread Lu Xi