With the outbreak of COVID-19, we are now on Day 11 without the NBA.
But fear not, even though the league schedule has come to an unceremonious stop, the characters who populate the wide world of basketball march on, making the most of their unexpected break - or relying on any diversion to pass the time.
Here is the first edition of theScore's Hiatus Diaries: hoops edition.
Speaking of Ibaka, he seems to have made the most of self-isolation, turning his hallway into a makeshift track.
The closest thing to competitive sports to come out of the basketball world this week came courtesy of a "Call of Duty" tournament hosted by SLAM on Saturday night.
One team featured Donovan Mitchell, Zach LaVine, Meyers Leonard, Mario Hezonja, and LeBron James' son, Bronny. The other had Ben Simmons, Royce O'Neale, Josh Hart, and Kentucky commit Terrence Clark, in addition to some pro video game players.
(We're going to be betting on this sort of thing by next week, aren't we?)
After Larry Nance Jr.'s playing days are over, perhaps he'd fancy a go as the manager of an English soccer outfit.
Hopefully this is the only aspect of "American Psycho" Kevin Love has taken to heart.
(Happy birthday, Taurean Prince.)
Stay safe out there, folks.