Music, laundry hoops and Tik Tok: NBA stars find new ways to stay entertained during league hiatus

With the NBA regular season on hold, NBA stars are finding new ways to stay entertained while self isolating.....with great success!!

Keep up to date and perhaps pick up some ideas of your own as we highlight some of the smartest, and let's be honest, most hilarious ways players are keeping themselves occupied.

Giannis the future rockstar?

Reigning MVP, Giannis Antetokounmpo's girlfiend, Mariah Danae, tweeted this video of the Milwaukee Bucks superstar attempting to pick up playing the guitar.

Antetokounmpo jokingly suggested any booking requests could be made via DM, before San Antonio Spurs guard, Patty Mills potentially became a band partner.

We know Damian Lillard is leading the NBA rap scene after his performance at the All-Star weekend in Chicago last month, but could we possibilty see Antetokounmpo and Mills on a concert stage in the near future??

Trae Young keeps his shooting game sharp

Ok, we've all been here before.

The Atlanta Hawks star guard shows off his strong laundry hoops game by nailing all but one of his attempts in a mini 3-point shootout at home.

Thybulle's Tik Tok star rising?

Philadelphia 76ers rookie, Mattisse Thybulle has impressed on the floor this season, but he has been equally impressive on the Tik Tok stage since the season was suspended...

Home fitness guru, Serge Ibaka

Toronto Raptors big man, Serge Ibaka is giving practical advice during the stoppage, encouraging people to stay healthy and excercise from home.

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