Mikal Bridges Reveals He’s Eaten Chipotle Every Day For The Last 10 Years



Randy Smith! A.C. Green! Mikal Bridges?

Before A.C. Green took over the lead on the most consecutive games played list of the NBA, Randy Smith was THE iron man to beat in the league, with his 906 consecutive played games.

Green wold eventually extend the record to an unbelievable 1,192 consecutive games played, a record that almost seems unbeatable. 

Brooklyn Nets star Mikal Bridges though, may have what it takes, to make a run for the record. So far, Bridges hasn’t missed a single game of his NBA career, and has now played 423 consecutive NBA games.

Even more impressive? His additional streak in college where he also didn’t miss a game in his three full seasons for the total number of 116 consecutive games.

It appears that we have uncovered the reason behind Bridges’ incredible ability to never miss a game: Chipotle… literally Chipotle.

During a recent interview with GQ, Bridges disclosed that he has enjoyed Chipotle as his daily meal for nearly ten years.


“I eat this every day,” Bridges said while holding a Chipotle bag, “and it’s been about since …  2013? ’14? So about 10 years? …It’s too fire to not have it every single time,” 


His go-to order? White rice, no beans, double chicken, medium and mild salsa, corn and lettuce….  Doesn’t sound too shabby. Most likely wouldn’t get tired of eating this, as well.


@gqsports Hey @Chipotle get this man a gift card #mikalbridges #brooklyn #nets #nba #basketball #brooklynnets ♬ original sound – GQ Sports

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