Bucks SG Tony Snell not happy teammates are always on their phones in locker room
Tony Snell is apparently a millennial in name only.
In an interview with Lori Nickel of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that was published Friday, the Milwaukee Bucks shooting guard lamented about how his teammates are always on their phones when they are in the locker room.
“I go into the locker room and everybody’s got their head down on their phone the whole time,” Snell said. “I’m the only one who’s got my head up.
“It’s the saddest thing ever,” he added. “Technology is the worst. Everybody walks like this [Snell staggers with his head down], not even paying attention. It’s the worst thing ever.”
Of course, that is likely the case not just in Milwaukee but in plenty of other locker rooms and public spaces in our technology/social media-based society as well. But for the 26-year-old Snell, who is averaging 8.0 points and 2.2 rebounds per game this season, it probably won’t come as much solace. On the bright side, at least the Bucks don’t have this player in their locker room.