Time away from mom hardest part of quarantine, says James

first_img“I hadn’t seen my mom since All-Star weekend then I saw her two weeks, three weeks before we had to report to our respective cities. That was extreme for me.””Coming from a single parent household, being an only child… for me to be away from her that long [was difficult]. My mom, she kept me sane, because she said in due time we’ll join back again.”The NBA will resume on July 30 at Disney World without spectators. Twenty-two of its 30 teams will play eight seeding games to determine a full 16-team playoff field that will follow the traditional post-season format with four best-of-seven series.James’ Lakers, who lead the Western Conference with a 49-14 record, face the Los Angeles Clippers on their return to action.  Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James said the hardest part about quarantining during the COVID-19 pandemic was the time he was forced to spend away from his mother.The NBA was suspended in March in response to the novel coronavirus outbreak and three-times NBA champion James quarantined in Los Angeles, California, while his mother, Gloria, remained in Akron, Ohio.”The only thing that I missed during the quarantine period was my mother,” James said. “It was the first time I went that long in my life without seeing my mom. Topics :last_img