Over the course of this summer, his anxiety worsened to the point where basketball, which had always been his escape, wasn’t helping anymore. Moore began to get help and received the full support of the Bucks, but he ultimately realized he needed to focus on his own well-being. “It (anxiety) was kind of running my life and I was like, ‘This is not the way I want to live,’ ” Moore said.
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“I don’t know (about the frontcourt),” Ainge added. “Right now I’m okay. We haven’t played a game yet, but right now I’m fine. … Often times, coaches and fans and everybody are in a real rush to get extra players and fill that 15th roster spot. I mean, you can’t believe how many phone calls I’ve had about that 15th roster spot.”