Three ways LA Clippers players can kill time during the hiatus

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While the NBA is suspended indefinitely, players will have to find ways to occupy themselves. Here are three ways the LA Clippers could kill some time.

We now know that the NBA will be suspended for at least thirty days as they await the coronavirus pandemic to play out. Players will have to find ways to kill time as the league has banned team workouts and has them on strict but fair travel restrictions. For the LA Clippers, there are a couple of fun ways the players can kill time outside of just working out and preparing for the (hopeful) eventual return of the season.

3. Lou Williams can record another album

Luckily for Lou Williams and the rest of the LA Clippers, their in-market area is a pretty big hub for entertainment.

With the time off, Lou Williams can hit the studio and record his second full album. His debut album, The Album That Never Was, came out back in 2017. His most recent release was his EP, Syx Piece. This album included the song “24” a tribute to the late Kobe Bryant.

If he has thirty days off, he can at the very least get some songs written and perhaps even record a track or two. The reigning Sixth Man of the Year might not have as much time as we think though.

He is the proud papa of a new baby boy, Syx Williams. His first son was born in January and the time off from the league gives him a ton of opportunity to spend time with his kids.

Who knows? He may even get some inspiration from them!

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