Milwaukee Bucks enjoy their first day off outside the NBA's Orlando Bubble
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- The Milwaukee Bucks will be tested on and off the court over the next few months as they make a run toward an NBA title. They are also adjusting to life inside the NBA's Orlando Bubble.
Basketball can only take up so many hours in the day. Coach Mike Budenholzer gave the team their first day off yesterday and most of the team spent it by golfing or fishing with each other.
"We have a great group of guys, no real complainers or anything like that," Bucks player Brook Lopez said. "Everyone gets along, wants to hangout. So we've got guys going on walks, going fishing, hanging out in the pool, going to the arcade. Just hanging out and being together and taking advantage of the situation."
Bucks player Donte DiVincenzo echoed those comments.
"I think our chemistry as a team, we pick it up quickly. We get back to that quickly, because we have a great group of guys and everyone likes playing with one another," DiVincenzo said.
The Bucks were back on the practice court today.