PBA: Pillow fights, cooking burgers keep Anthony busy at home
Paul Kennedy Lintag on Mar 23, 2020 03:49 PM
"My whole day is mostly spent keeping my three little boys busy without tearing down the house." — Sean Anthony.
With no PBA games and an enhanced community quarantine in effect due to the COVID-19 outbreak, players are doing their own thing in order to deal with these trying times.
Northport's Sean Anthony is staying home, and the new member of the PBA's 1st Mythical Team has become the man of the house now more than ever.
Anthony has taken over pretty much everything as he deals with the challenge of keeping his home intact.
"My whole day is mostly spent keeping my three little boys busy without tearing down the house," Anthony said.
"It's super challenging keeping them active. I've been building obstacle courses, forts and have a lot of pillow fights," he added.
Aside from thinking up creative ways to keep his kids from getting bored, the Northport star also helped out in the kitchen.
Nothing like preparing a good meal to re-energize the kids after they're spent from pillow fights.
"We all help out in everything. My wife does majority of the cooking but recently, I made burgers for lunch," Anthony said.
The Batang Pier are one of the 10 teams that dind't get to play in the new PBA season before the league shut everything down due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
In a memo released Monday, the Office of the Commissioner extended the practice ban for all 12 teams from two weeks to until further notice.
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