Clippers’ Lou Williams in 10-day quarantine after strip-club food stop

Clippers Lou Williams

Los Angeles Clippers participant Lou Williams will miss the first two video games of the National Basketball Association season after admitting he went to an Atlanta strip membership all by an current quarantine rupture to wait on a funeral.

Lou Williams just wanted some hot wings, but his favorite place to get them were Magic City strip club and that presented a huge problem to the National Basketball Association and their bubble in Orlando as the season draws near.

By way of explanation, Williams tweeted that Magic City is his "favorite restaurant" and retweeted Shannon Sharpe's explanation: "Lou Williams left the bubble for a 'family emergency, ' made a quick stop at Magic City before hoping to return to the bubble".

Williams told the National Basketball Association that he attended a dinner there after the funeral, ESPN said.

This was the right and unbiased thing to do by the league, considering Kings Center, Richaun Holmes was sent back to quarantine for 10 days for just leaving campus to get his food order.

Williams will miss the Clippers' first game against the Lakers and a contest against the New Orleans Pelicans.

The NBA is "looking into" Williams' activities, two people who were not authorized to speak publicly on the matter said. Magic City bills itself as the "premier Atlanta strip club" and is a fully nude adult entertainment venue.

A picture tweeted by Lou Williams on July 24 confirmed his whereabouts, "Long Live Pops", he captioned in the picture.

"That became an worn pic of me and Lou. I wasn't with him". Ain't nobody partying. Chill out lol.

The departures are likely to be detrimental ahead of Thursday's Lakers game, which will see the restart of the season.

"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.



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