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NBA family finding ways to fill the hours while social distancing

The NBA is wrapping its first weekend after Wednesday’s unexpected suspension, and players have been finding all kinds of ways to fill the hours. Standout rookie Zion Williamson is among those taking advantage of a chance to snag family time, including reading with his younger brother:

Hornets big man Cody Zeller is ready to attempt a few new endeavors for everyone’s collective entertainment, such as a little cooking. The Blazers backcourt is looking to binge, and taking suggestions as we speak:

Former Blazers are gaming — and for a good cause on Monday — with Heat big Meyers Leonard participating in a fundraising stream of “Call of Duty: Warzone” to raise money for COVID-19 charities.

If actual events (rather than simulated ones) are more your speed, Tony Allen has got you, providing some classics with context you can enjoy.

Spencer Dinwiddie got things started on social media by asking which players are watching their own highlights on YouTube. Bradley Beal, Jayson Tatum and Buddy Hield responded, as did former Kia MVP and Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry.

Of course, the workouts are happening — often at home. Here’s a minute-long peek inside Serge Ibaka’s living-room routine:

And some are crossing disciplines, like Goran Dragic, now a slo-mo soccer king:

Curry also offered up some wise words and a solid reminder of all the ways you too can help “flatten the curve”: