The NBA season is set to get back underway at the end of July at Florida’s Disney World in what’s being called a “bubble”, where players, staff and assistants are supposed to be quarantining from the outside world, safe from the coronavirus. The NBA even installed a “snitch hotline” so players could anonymously tattle on someone if they broke the bubble. The hotline has reportedly been lighting up. Among the infractions reported to the snitch line:
– Sacramento Kings forward Richaun Holmes was forced to isolate for 10 days after leaving the bubble to pick up a food delivery.
– Houston Rockets forward Bruno Caboclo left his room during the initial quarantine period after arriving at the bubble.
– Instagram model Anna Mya alleged she had already received an invite to Orlando from an unnamed player.
The news didn’t sit well with Los Angeles Clippers guard Lou Williams, who retweeted the news of the snitch line with a rat emoji. (Metro News)