No Missed Games, No Missed Chipotle
The Brooklyn Nets have a new star player who not only holds an impressive Ironman record in the NBA, but also has a secret superpower – a Chipotle addiction. Meet Bridges, the unstoppable guard who has not missed a game in his entire 423-game career, and has not missed a day of Chipotle in about a decade.
A Decade of Chipotle
In a recent interview with GQ, Bridges proudly revealed his daily ritual of devouring Chipotle. “I eat this every day,” he confessed while clutching a Chipotle bag. “It’s been about 10 years, since… 2013? ’14?” His friends and family may tease him, but Bridges swears by Chipotle’s irresistible flavors. “It’s too fire to not have it every single time,” he admitted.
The Perfect Order
So, what is the secret behind Bridges’ Chipotle addiction? His order consists of white rice, no beans, double chicken, medium and mild salsa, corn, and lettuce. With such a mouthwatering combination, it’s no wonder he can’t resist.
An Amazing Accomplishment
Bridges’ dedication to his Chipotle streak is truly remarkable. Despite traveling all over the country for a decade, he has managed to find a Chipotle wherever he goes. From his high school days at Great Valley High School outside of Philadelphia to winning two national titles, to playing for Team USA in Asia during the FIBA World Cup, Bridges has maintained his Chipotle streak.
Thriving in Brooklyn
Since joining the Brooklyn Nets, Bridges has truly tapped into his potential and is no longer playing second fiddle as he did in the earlier years of his career. While his basketball skills have flourished, his ability to locate a Chipotle on every street corner in New York City has undoubtedly contributed to his success.
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