Here's what athletes are doing around the globe amid the coronavirus outbreak

Morant creates his own player intro on TikTok (0:32)

Ja Morant uses his imagination and conducts his own player introduction at home. (0:32)

Athletes are arguably pretty darn talented in whatever sport they partake in for a living.

But what do they do when their sport is on hiatus? With the sports world on lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic, athletes from the NBA to soccer and beyond are letting us know what they are up to. You may not want to try some of these things at home!

Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry is working on his game. No, not his basketball one. His golf one!

Looks like Curry was inspired by Calloway Golf, which challenged him and others to send in their trick golf shots while staying home.

Others want to still be in the game -- no matter what they have to do to simulate it. Willson Contreras, a catcher for the Chicago Cubs, is simulating baseball in quite the interesting way with his brother at home.

Memphis Grizzlies rookie Ja Morant is pretending he is still in the game, too. He posted on both TikTok and Twitter himself donning his full game uniform for pretend intros in his living room.

What if we check in on Charlotte Hornets center Cody Zeller? He's attempting to acquire new hobbies -- and we're not sure if they're going well.

Liverpool's Gini Wijnaldum is trying his hand at pingpong.

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Jeff McNeil of the New York Mets is possibly trying to become the best Monopoly player out there.

And Austrian golfer Matthias Schwab is working on how to uniquely use his golf club.

Some athletes are hoping they are still in tip-top shape when their sport comes back. Serge Ibaka of the Toronto Raptors is keeping us motivated to stay fit with a home gym.

Alexis Sanchez, a forward for Serie A club Inter Milan, posted himself lifting logs with his two dogs by his side. The 31-year-old has been working his way back from injury.

Lucas VΓ‘zquez of Real Madrid also posted himself working out in his backyard, joined by his adorable son.

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Not sure if this counts as working out, but Atlanta Hawks star Trae Young is getting his basketball game on one way or another at home.

You also have to stay limber for the next game -- whenever it is. Ballon d'Or winner Megan Rapinoe is stretching those hammys and hanging with pals virtually.

If you aren't able to workout at an elite level like Sergio Ramos is ...

... you can try dancing! Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain of Liverpool was working on some sweet moves with his girlfriend, singer Perrie Edwards.

Oklahoma City Thunder players Shai Gilgeous-Alexander and Darius Bazley are convincing everyone they could become professional dancers.

But it is the UConn's women's basketball team that the (group) dance moves down the best.

Some athletes are simply working on their best relaxation skills.

Tennis star Serena Williams, for example, is staying inside for six weeks to cook, clean, do face masks -- and most importantly, be a mom.

U.S. women's national soccer team star Carli Lloyd is also enjoying the quiet downtime.

Speaking of quiet. Here's something that is the opposite of quiet: Philadelphia 76ers' Joel Embiid's new hairstyle.

But leave it to LeBron James to show us how to do it all. He has spent time in the gym with his sons.

James has also reminisced on his time playing for the Miami Heat with his good friend Dwyane Wade.

But most importantly, James has become a full-fledged TikTok dad.

And shout out to esports and gaming. We have a full list of how athletes turned to Twitch over the weekend. It certainly is the perfect time to become a gamer.

Here's more on how the coronavirus is affecting sports in the U.S. and around the world: