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Typically, Shai says, he’s naturally more of a homebody—someone who revels in binge-watching Burn Notice with his cousin, Pelicans guard Nickeil Alexander-Walker, spending time with his girlfriend (who he was doing all of this shopping for…mostly….he swears), and humming Drake bangers. At the counter in Dover Street Market, he breaks into an invisible crossover while his friend, Walter Harvin, a Harlem fashionista, plays imaginary defense. Shai doesn’t always want everyone to see these moments. He’s taciturn on purpose: the entire world doesn’t need to know what Shai is like in his down time.
The Czech star also admitted that he left Chicago with a bittersweet feeling, saying that he didn’t get a farewell he expected from the Bulls general manager Arturas Karnisovas. “It was tense. You’re in the city for two years, you fight for them, you live for the team – and then you receive a text from general manager Karnisovas which says, “Thanks for your time in Chicago,” Satoransky told. “That was the only thing I got from him. But I’m not angry; you can’t be emotional at that moment. But when one thinks about it… after two years of hard work, it’s actually brutal,” he added.