• Luka Doncic asked for what’s needed to get started with live streaming
  • Several other NBA players now making their presence in the gaming community
  • NBA Suspension is set to a 30-day minimum suspension due to coronavirus

Most NBA players are trying to kill their time while the league suspended all games indefinitely – but soon set it to at least 30 days and take look how it how the thread goes. Most of them, though, are glued to their controllers and channel their inner selves onto the virtual world.

A lot of younger superstars are making the most out of it and one of them is the last season’s rookie of the year Luka Doncic. The Dallas Mavericks’ star doesn’t make very long tweets, but there is no denying that the 21-year old just wants to be a normal guy since the NBA stoppage.

Yesterday, the “Wonder Boy” dropped a hint that he’s been spent too much time in front of the monitor with his controller as his companion by posting a GIF playing video games.

Today, he’s looking to reach more people on a platform that relates mostly to his generation – game streaming. He’s been averaging over 33 minutes per game this season and countless ones during practice so he doesn’t have the time to learn how to set up his streams, which is about to change now.

He tweeted to over 700,000 followers searching for answers on how to set up his streams.

Yes, Luka isn’t alone.

Several other players are also jumping on to the gaming bandwagon while waiting for the season to resume. Atlanta Hawks guard Trae Young may have complained at first, but he’s now fully committed to take his talents to the gaming light

The break could be beneficial for Memphis Grizzlies’ guard Ja Morant as he might have a career to fall back on if he keeps it going.

New Orleans Pelicans’ Josh Hart, Sacramento Kings’ De’Aaron Fox, Los Angeles Clippers’ Patrick Beverley, and Los Angeles Lakers’ Alex Caruso – who may have the most games in store – are also joining the temporary members of the online gaming community.

Luka Doncic
Luka Doncic is the leading candidate for Rookie of the Year. In this picture, Doncic of the Dallas Mavericks dribbles the ball against the Sacramento Kings at American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas, December 16, 2018. Ronald Martinez/Getty Images