FOR veteran gatekeeper Gabe Norwood, it is smarter to be protected than sorry.
In as much as he is as of now chomping at the bit to get back in real life again for Rain or Shine in the PBA, Norwood said toward the day’s end, the government assistance of everyone remains the need in the hour of coronavirus (COVID-19).
The 35-year-old Fil-Am said the PBA made the best decision in suspending the season even before the administration put the whole Luzon under Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECG) following the flare-up of the coronavirus.
Regardless of whether that implied pushing the Philippine Cup and the remainder of the period path bogged down.
The Elasto Painters, as indicated by him, have not played in the association for very nearly five months now in the wake of getting disposed of from the get-go in the season-finishing Governors Cup.
The Rain or Shine stalwart is attempting to remain dynamic in his own particular manner regardless of simply remaining at home during this isolate period.
In any case, much the same as the rest, Norwood trusts the wellbeing emergency will at long last reach a conclusion and have everything back in typical, including the PBA, whose season was only one-game old when everything was canceled uncertainly.