He writes on The Players Tribune:

I think I’m past the point of shock. For the most part, I’ve just been lying low and looking at my life through a different lens. I’ve had to have real conversations with myself about what would happen if basketball really was taken away. Forever. What would I do? Who would I be? How would I get through my days? What if the season was still going on, and basketball wasn’t in my daily regimen — what would I do? It’s a new level of self-awareness.

I’m still in Philly. Just for the safety of my family, I stayed with the team. The team said they’ll direct us on the moves we can make as they know more. So I wish I could run home to my family, but I can’t.