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“It is better to be unhappy than to leave children without a father.” The NBA champion spoke about depression

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“It is better to be unhappy than to leave children without a father.” The NBA champion spoke about depression

Artemy Berstenev July 13, 2023, 08:45 Moscow time

Once again, the height of Victor Vembanyama was touched, with Darwin Ham mocking teams that didn’t believe in him before joining the Lakers.

Summary of current rumors and news from the National Basketball Association on the morning of July 13, 2023 from the “Championship”.

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The Dion Waiters Confessions: Mental Health Issues and Depression. Waiters spent eight years in the league

The guard Dion Waiters, who became champion of the National Basketball Association (NBA) in 2020 with the Los Angeles Lakers, revealed the details of his mental health problems. In particular, the former league player was worried about depression.

“I just wasn’t having fun. I had thoughts that she would not be around, but I still have children. I’d rather spend the rest of my life miserable than leave my children fatherless. I wanted to isolate myself so that I would not be bothered, especially for trifles.

When it comes to finances, I am a sole proprietor and the main support. It was damn hard. Sometimes he spent all day in bed. In general, without aspirations: I did not even work and did not train. Spiritual battle: that’s what it is,” Bleacher Report quotes Waiters.

The last time Waiters, now 31, appeared on the NBA site in the 2019/2020 season was with the Miami Heat and Los Angeles Lakers. In February 2020, Miami traded the defender to Memphis, after which the player was ejected by the Grizzlies. In March of the same year, Dion signed a contract with the Lakers.

Last mentions of Waiters:

Victor Vembanyama spoke about his plans for the upcoming season. Insider Brian Windhorst spoke about the growth of a basketball player

French rookie “San Antonio Spurs” Victor Vembanyama spoke about expectations for the upcoming NBA season. According to the center, he intends to surpass all previous players selected in the first overall draft picks, as well as study his experience.

“I studied all the data on previous first draft picks and what effect they had on the league. I am trying to be better than any other guy who has come before me,” said Vembanyama.

Meanwhile, ESPN insider Brian Windhorst had time to reflect on Victor’s height, which, according to official NBA data, is 80 inches.

Victor Vembanyama

Photo: Ethan Miller/Getty Images

“I didn’t exaggerate his height at 226 cm, they told me, okay? Victor himself stated that his height is 221 cm, when measured in feet it turned out to be approximately 222.5 cm.

In my opinion, his real height is 226 cm when he is on the court. But for some reason, Victor doesn’t want others to think that he is 226 or 223.5 cm. He prefers these numbers: 221 cm, ”Windhorst said on ESPN.

We already wrote about the growth of Victor Vembanyama at the end of last month. In any case, we are waiting for the next changes in the official data of the basketball player. Maybe before the start of the regular season.

Vembanyama’s growth question:

Victor Vembanyama’s height is no longer a mystery. The NBA called the official figure

A dialogue between Mark Stein and Chris Haynes with Lakers head coach Darwin Ham. Simulations of the Lakers during the playoffs and abandonment of NBA clubs

Los Angeles Lakers head coach Darwin Ham commented on the accusations against his charges in drills during the last playoff series with the Golden State Warriors, where the Los Angeles club turned out to be stronger.

“When someone tries to get their hopes up, it’s more like playing poker or chess. I never blame the judges,” Ham said on the #thisleague UNCUT podcast with Mark Stein and Chris Haynes.

Darwin Ham

Photo: Ethan Miller/Getty Images

The 49-year-old also ridiculed NBA clubs for refusing to sign him ahead of his appointment as the Lakers’ head coach. During an insider chat, 10 teams were mentioned.

“Yeah, they fucked up. Look at these teams – how many times have they changed mentors,” Ham added.

We are talking about clubs like the Boston Celtics, Charlotte Hornets, Chicago Bulls, Indiana Pacers, Minnesota Timberwolves, Orlando Magic, Sacramento Kings, Washington Wizards, Los Angeles Clippers, and Atlanta Hawks.

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