Dwight Howard got “snitched on” for not wearing a mask through the anonymous hotline at the NBA Bubble in Orlando.
NBA has put in an anonymous snitch hotline at the Bubble. Players and other team members staying at the Bubble can be reported on it for not following the protocols put in place due to COVID-19.
Lakers center Dwight Howard recently told everyone that he has been snitched on for not wearing a mask.
The NBA Hotline has been in the news in the last few days, with reports coming in that the hotline has been used multiple times in order to rat out players that are not following the bubble protocols.
Dwight Howard NBA Hotline fiasco
Talking on his Instagram live, Lakers Center Dwight Howard said that he has been snitched on the anonymous line for not wearing a mask.
Dwight Howard was reported on the Snitch Hotline for not wearing his mask
— Hoop Central (@TheHoopCentral) July 16, 2020
Howard said that “someone told on me,” “I’m around nobody. Am I supposed to wear a mask?”
It was earlier reported that the anonymous line has been got “multiple tips”. Many players are unhappy with the hotline.
Players getting reported on, snitching on each other seems like that there is a lack of unity among players.
Howard himself has posted several videos of him at the Bubble while exploring the campus and not wearing the mask. He even attended the DJ party for the players but it turned out he was the only one there.
Dwight flying solo at the pool party is great stuff. 😂 🎊
— theScore (@theScore) July 12, 2020
Howard has to be careful if he doesn’t adhere to the protocols then there might be severe consequences.
What’s next for Howard and the Lakers?
Lakers will be confident of winning the title at the Bubble, with the lethal duo of LeBron James and Anthony Davis leading the way. Howard will have an important role to play at the Bubble with his experience and defensive skills vital for the Lakers title charge. Howard is a three-time Defensive Player of the year.
Lakers restart their season on 30th July against the LA Clippers.