Maskless Dwight Howard posted video and was destroyed in hotline
Obviously, more people are watching Dwight Howard’s Instagram story, then these contents will make you believe.
The Lakers Center told ESPN contributor Brandon Robinson that someone reported to the NBA hotline for not wearing a mask.
“Someone told me,” Howard said.
Dwight Howard said he was reported on the whistle-blowing hotline because he did not wear a mask. https://t.co/pPSfb5RXku
— RandBrandon’Scoop B’Robinson, MA (@ScoopB) July 16, 2020
Howard posted multiple videos of himself near Disneyland without wearing a mask. This does not seem to be registered with the Lakers, which may be the reason for his arrest.
of NBA Hotline Set to anyone can report violations of bubble rules and agreements.
In the first week since arriving, several players have reported.
According to sources, some players received warnings of violations due to the league ensuring social alienation and covering up campus agreements. https://t.co/LSRX6cXWfP
-Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) July 14, 2020
Reagan Holmes of King Sacramento Both Bruno Caboclo and the Houston Rockets were re-isolated after violating the agreement.
Hotline is not the most popular feature in Bubble.
The infamous COVID-19 patient and Rudy Gobert of the Utah Jazz Center called it “petty bourgeoisie”
But with the soaring coronavirus in the corona state, and with Miami becoming the new epicenter of the pandemic, the NBA’s renewed success lies in maintaining the freedom of the foamy coronavirus.
Dwight and the Lakers will face the Clippers on July 30.
This post is written by Bonny Johnson