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NBA player’s common sense Forget the virus, let’s go hit the strip joint

Followers of the NBA already know that the league is currently trying to finish its season inside a bubble. Meaning, a quarantine bubble. Here’s how it is supposed to work, according to its entry at “The 2020 NBA Bubble is the isolation zone with strict rules created by the National Basketball Association (NBA) to protect its players from the COVID-19 pandemic. Twenty-two teams were invited to Walt Disney World near Orlando, Florida to participate in eight games being held at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. The bubble is a $170 million investment by the NBA to protect its season, which was cut short by the pandemic. The bubble games will begin on July 30, 2020 inside the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.” The players’ quarantine/bubble began July 9, when training camp hit the ground running. Since then, there have been reports of discord inside the bubble. The food isn’t great, some players have said, neither are the accommodations, and besides that, what’s a healthy player supposed to do for sex while quarantined? Okay, I don’t want to speculate either. Uh, do without, in exchange for all that money you’re getting paid? Meanwhile, it was recently reported that the NBA is investigating LA Clippers guard Lou Williams to see if published photos of him at a strip club are legit. Indeed, Williams had been given compassionate leave by the NBA to attend his father’s funeral, and leave the quarantine camp at Disney World’s Orlando resort; but afterwards, he was supposed to return to the NBA bubble and presumably not attend a strip club to watch the women shake their booty and provide lap dances for customers willing to part with their money. Probably not what the league considered to be part of the “mourning process.” In other words, when the NBA told Williams that he could attend dad’s funeral, it was with the stipulation to maintain quarantine rules during his visit back home. Photos, however, began to surface over the weekend on social media, according to Yahoo Sports. Williams’s buddy, rapper Jack Harlow, posted a photo of the two at the strip club, but then deleted it after someone inside Williams’s posse pointed out, yo, this might not be a good idea. Yo. Hey, at least the NBA player was wearing a mask. Not sure if he will bring any SARS-CoV-2 viral particles back inside the NBA bubble, but apparently, Williams did make ...

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