Home Sports Basketball Exclusive: Mo Bamba explains how COVID-19 impacted his conditioning SportsBasketball Exclusive: Mo Bamba explains how COVID-19 impacted his conditioning August 7, 2020 11 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp In the last several months, Mo Bamba has employed his platform as a professional athlete to encourage children to stay in school, urge adults to vote in the upcoming election and ask people to donate money to provide food for children, the elderly and frontline workers in need. And now, he’s imploring you to do something else. Something he has learned from painful experience. He wants you to take precautions against the coronavirus. On Thursday, Bamba revealed to The Athletic that he suffered from COVID-19 in June. The illness temporarily robbed him of his senses of smell and taste, made him unusually fatigued and caused muscle soreness. “I think the lesson is to take it seriously, to take it as seriously as possible,” said Bamba, who added he doesn’t know how he contracted the coronavirus. “I think we all play a part in making sure that we all stay safe. It’s going to take… READ NEWS SOURCE RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Ex-James Harden teammate calls him 'misunderstood' New York Knicks Thump Boston Celtics In Kemba Walker's NBA Return Luka Doncic passes Michael Jordan on all-time NBA triple-double list NBA releases COVID-19 PSA with legendary Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Sunday's Sixers-Thunder game postponed Bam Adebayo calls out Heat for poor play ‘It felt unbelievable’: Inside James Harden’s historic debut for the Nets James Harden posts triple-double in Brooklyn Nets debut Pacers' Caris LeVert out indefinitely after MRI reveals mass on kidney Expanded NBA rosters? Coaches, GMs support bonus two-way player proposal James Harden to make Nets debut Saturday vs. Magic Clippers' Paul George on hot start to season: 'I'm coming back with vengeance' LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.