Although the level 3 epidemic warning has been partially lifted in Taiwan, a lot of sports venues and facilities are still closed or subject to restrictions. Naturally, some have begun to gradually experience the effect of cabin fever.
Nevertheless, a social media user shared his solution on a Facebook group, with a message pointing out that even if public basketball courts are shut down, you can still build your own! The result soon became the envy of many other users.
In the post, the social media user explained that he first purchased a set of basketball posts at an American-style retail store, then painted the court line on his property.
He subsequently posted the result of his homemade basketball court and wrote, “Six hours of assembling, two days of painting, it’s finally the time for basketball.”
It seems that an opportunity to exercise outdoors and get some fresh air is worth all the time and stamina invested.
The photo in the post showed a colorful basketball court, featuring a clear blue sky and green grass in the background. It soon garnered almost six thousand likes.
Under the post, one envious social media user commented, “What? How massive is your property?”, while another expressed that the court is an extremely tell-tale sign of “financial independence.”
Following a number of users requesting to have a basketball match there, the social media user soon generously promised to offer public access to the basketball court as soon as the pandemic ends.