Myles Turner Plays Lego 3-4 Hours A Day, Has Gone Through 120k Pieces Since Start Of This Season
One of the best defensive players in the NBA, Myles Turner is 6-foot-11 and 250 pounds. He leverages his size to keep his opponents away from the rim and also makes a significant impact as a versatile defender on the perimeter.
Turner does a lot of great things on defense, especially when it comes to blocking shots. He was the NBA’s leader in blocks per game for both the 2019 and 2021 seasons, and currently averages 2.3 blocks with a career-high of 3.4.
It turns out that even in his free time, Turner is collecting blocks…. Lego blocks that is. The big man has gone through over 120,000 Legos since the start of the season and is playing with them 3-4 hours a day.
“I build Legos—it’s literally all I do in my downtime. It’s a way to take my mind off of things. Put some music on, a show on; at least 3-4 hours of my day I’m putting stuff together. I’ve already built 12 different projects. I’ve gone through 120,000 Legos since the season started.”