Bulls’ Nikola Vucevic details through social media bias – NBC Chicago


Bulls’ Nikola Vucevic details his prejudices on social media originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago

Nikola Vucevic has over 141,000 followers on Twitter and is active enough on the social media platform to publicize his music, football and Formula 1 racing preferences.

But don’t get the Chicago Bulls‘The All-Star center takes to Instagram.

“Why do people need to record every little second? Said Vucevic. “The thing that bothers me the most is you go to a concert, the artist comes out and what people do is pick up the phone. Enjoy the moment. You can go to YouTube and watch it.

Vucevic asked about the topic because of his Tweet when Instagram joined Facebook and WhatsApp during an extended outage on Monday.

Considering its Twitter status and YouTube SEO, Vucevic is not anti-social media. He even broke down several times at a gig and recorded a song, only to say it’s not the same experience seeing the moment again.

So this is it. Vucevic is a person living in the moment who values ​​life experiences and memories over documentation.

“Yeah, I’m not a big guy who takes pictures,” he said. “My wife hates it because every time we go on vacation and do things I take pictures for memories, but I’m just not very attached to that. I just like being in the moment, enjoying the moment. I am from the old school. I don’t even have Instagram. I understand that for some people this works. But if you are going to a club or a restaurant, why do you have to take a photo of your food?

“Maybe I’m in the wrong days. Maybe I should have been born in another time.

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