On July 23, a Olympic Games. After a year of waiting, due to postponement due to the coronavirus pandemic, the best athletes on the planet will finally collide in a unique event that will be watched by millions of people around the world. In this context, the former basketball player Scottie Pippin He had an idea.
The man who knew how to shine at the Chicago Bulls with Michael Jordan He put up his mansion for rent so that fans can see the events taking place in Japan from there. In this way, anyone who wants to reserve and use their home can enjoy an amazing experience that contains many luxuries.
The address is available for three one-night stays with a maximum of four people paying only $92 USD each. clearly, Pepin won’t live there in those weeks, but the post states that it will receive it by default. The idea is that the former NBA champion on six occasions tells his tenants some basic rules they must abide by but also tells them what amenities they will have.
The former basketball player said in a video he shared on social media that those who occupy it will not be allowed to smoke, party or make loud noises that disturb the peace of the neighborhood at night “unless it is to encourage the team.” .
his palace Swimming pool, two basketball courts, indoor and outdoor games room, and even a movie theater where you can watch the Olympic Games. In addition, its tenants will have food available such as fresh fruits, vegetables and snacks for games. But the most amazing thing is the room that makes this palace unique.
Pepin has his own museum in his house. There he keeps valuables from his career as an athlete from T-shirts and trophies to pictures of the bulls and the dream team that won gold at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics. That is why the experience of beating the Olympics there can be incomparable.
The United States brought together a dream team with many of the best NBA stars to win the gold medal in Tokyo. The group of 12 basketball players selected from Team USA المتحدة Kevin Durant (Brooklyn Networks), Damian Lillard (Portland Trail Blazers), Bradley Bell (Washington Wizards), Jason Tatum (Boston Celtics), Devin Booker (Phoenix Suns), Zach Lavigne (Chicago Bulls), Kevin Love (Cleveland Cavaliers), Pam Adebayo (Miami Heat), Draymond Green (Golden State Warriors), Jrue holiday (Milwaukee Bucks), Chris Middleton (Milwaukee Bucks) and Jeramy Grant (Detroit Pistons).
The Dream Team He will make his Group A debut on July 25, in Saitama, against France (it was third in China). On the second day, July 28, he will clash with the weakest team in the region: Iran (23 in the 2019 World Cup). The Americans will wrap up their action on July 31 against the winner of the Victoria Pre-Olympic, a competition involving Greece, Giannis Antetokumbu, China, Canada, Uruguay, Czech Republic and Turkey.