where do Jazz players spend their holidays?

Now that the NBA season is over, it’s vacation time! Great League players still have a few weeks off free time in front of them to take it easy in the sun, have a shovelful of cocktails… or not. Hey, it’s true that everyone has their own definition of the word “holiday”, so for you the editorial staff of TrashTalk looked for where the members of Jazz have decided to escape.

NB: these destinations are most often imaginary and have the sole purpose of making you smile, even if they are sometimes based on the real holidays of the players mentioned.

Donovan Mitchell

Some see it as an act of tampering come to break through a somewhat hollow period, others a simple opportunity to talk while waiting for the recovery. In Miami, Donovan Mitchell competes in the Pro League and poses alongside Bam Adebayo. Hard not to imagine, hard not to hypothesize, hard to keep your mouth shut. It is also difficult not to quickly come back down to earth. We know that Mitchell is already in trade rumors sending him to the Knicks, and South Beach is probably the best intra-US destination to rest in the sun, while keeping contact with the floor. He lives his life, leave him alone.

Bojan Bogdanovic

We don’t know anything about it, but we tell ourselves that he’s really in the mood to go trekking in Spitsbergen with two wolves and a guide who hasn’t seen a woman for six months. The period is favorable for the observation of polar bears since it is currently 4 to 8°C and the fauna seeks to feed. Additionally in « Bojan » there are five letters, one more than in the word « nord » from which we would have removed a letter because it has melted a little. Too many coincidences for Bogdanovic to be anywhere but Spitsbergen.

Mike Conley

Lost three points on his NBA player license during the last Playoffs. He only has two left, so Adam Silver has forced him to take part in a point recovery camp for the whole month of August. The process? Get up at 6 a.m. each morning, race without ball until 11:30 a.m., meal from 11:30 a.m. to 11:36 a.m., re-race without ball from 11:40 a.m. to 12 p.m., then cleaning from 12 p.m. to 10 p.m. at ten Jazz fans drawn by lot. If the windows are poorly made (fingerprints, dust), the course is extended by one day.

Jordan Clarkson

When we think of Jordan Clarkson, we imagine a jet, as many female silhouettes as tattoos, cigars, bass drums and bass drums. Reality ? A jet, as many female silhouettes as tattoos, cigars, bass drums and bass drums.

Patrick Beverley

It is often said that the holidays resemble the man. Pat Beverley’s summer break is absolutely no exception. Two days ago, Jazz’s newest bulldog posted a photo of him carrying a goat next to Captain America. The context ? We don’t have it, and it’s going to be difficult to fall asleep knowing that this photo exists, and that we don’t have this damn context.

Rudy Gay

One of the only players who stayed in Salt Lake City to take care of his vegetable garden which, last June, was already beginning to yield its first tomatoes. He stated in the Salt Lake Diary : “I prefer to prepare my vegetables rather than go to training. Why ? My vegetables have a future while the Jazz has none”. In the process, his communications adviser would have resigned.

Malik Beasley

Doesn’t have an Instagram account but keeps busy trying to create one. Every time he clicks “register”, the application closes. So he spends his holidays in the Caribbean on the yacht of Kevin Systrom, creator of the platform, and spends his evenings trying to solve this bug alongside the best computer engineers and coders on the planet.

Nickeil Alexander-Walker

Big Star Wars fan, Nickeil Alexander-Walker left to join Bojan Bogdanovic in Spitsbergen, believing that it was in the photos of the planet « Hoth ». Despite all the explanations from his teammate that this planet does not exist and that Spitsbergen is a Norwegian island, Alexander-Walker took the first plane. May the force be with him.

Jarred Vanderbilt

Trains with his older brother Jamal in a room located who knows where.

Simone Fontecchio

Italian, he thinks he is famous in his country and walks the streets of Milan to sign autographs to passers-by against their will. “But who are you sir? ».

Walker Kessler

A Hollywood actor’s blaze and the extra sports activities that go with it. A big fan of cinema, Walker Kessler hopes to one day land a role on the big screen. “To all the casting directors, I’m about to spend an off season in Utah and I’m available year-round for any role in any movie. I can even play a gourd or a fir tree”.

In the middle of a dead period, the editorial staff are busy as they can and are delighted to see that the players are not having so much trouble filling their days. See you tomorrow, for a new edition of the Presqu’Enquête!



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