Fournier was traded from the Orlando Magic to the Celtics in March, however admitted he has been combating focus and depth notion as he continues to recuperate from the virus.
“It’s like I have a concussion,” 28-year-old Fournier advised reporters after the Celtics’ 129-119 loss to the Portland Trail Blazers on Sunday.
“Right now, it’s actually doing a little bit better. But at first it’s like the bright lights were bothering my eyes and my vision was blurry and everything was just going too fast for me.
“At occasions, I’m actually struggling to focus and my eyes preserve struggling to give attention to one factor. My depth notion is actually unhealthy proper now. But I noticed a specialist, she gave me some workouts and hopefully it’s going to get higher.”
Fournier, who scored 21 factors with 5 rebounds and three assists in opposition to the Blazers, has featured in six video games since his return on April 23.
He mentioned he was in a position to “really feel like myself a little bit” during Sunday’s game, but added that the period since his return to the court has been “painful.”
“It’s simply horrible timing,” Fournier said about the impact of the virus.
“I get right here and now we have excessive expectations and ambitions, attempting to make a run. For the primary time in my profession, I’ve a chance to make a actually deep run into the playoffs with a group.
“So it’s kind of a golden opportunity for me to finally be with a great team, and the fact that I got Covid and now I’m feeling like this, it’s heartbreaking to be honest.”