Lou Williams To Skip NBA Video games After Strip Membership Visit

Ross Houston
August 1, 2020

One clue to the image's immediacy is that in the photo, Williams is seen wearing the National Basketball Association medical mask that the league has only been handing out to players since they became quarantined in the bubble. Williams was back home to say goodbye to a family member who had passed away.

Williams reportedly told National Basketball Association investigators that he may maybe well maybe be attending a viewing for the daddy of a terminate family friend, Paul G. Williams, on July 23rd and later went to the Magic City Gentlemen's Membership for dinner.

"It's a challenge. You know, we only have 10 guys", Rivers said via Zoom after the Clippers came out on top in their second straight scrimmage.

Williams has since admitted that he was, indeed, at the strip club on Thursday evening.


Several players have spoken about the difficulty of living within the National Basketball Association bubble, with the two National Basketball Association finalists expected to remains inside of it for a period of around three months.

If players have daily negative tests while away from the National Basketball Association campus for approved absences, they can face as few as four additional days in quarantine.

Since then, Williams admitted to National Basketball Association security that he did visit Magic City. Along with that, he will reportedly forfeit up to $150,000 in salary.

Clippers guard Lou Williams brings the ball up court during a game against the 76ers on February 11 in Philadelphia.


Centre Montrezl Harrell and guard Patrick Beverley also recently left the Clippers to attend to urgent family matters.

The Clippers were without stars Kawhi Leonard and Paul George for much of the prior part of the season due to injury recovery and rest.

At 44-20, the Clippers enter the restart second to the Lakers in the Western Conference.

All clubs will play eight games to complete the regular season, then begin the playoffs next month.


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