Clippers star Lou Williams has not shared any thoughts regarding his trip to strip club which has been criticized by the fans, rather he wants the fans to just “enjoy the memes”.
Clippers shooting guard Lou Williams left the “Bubble” after playing a scrimmage against Orlando Magic. The reason put forward was personal concerns but Lou was spotted partying with Jack Harlow in a strip club. The event has drawn attention toward Lou but he is not much concerned about the criticism.
Lou’s Message to fans
A fan tweeted in support of Williams regarding the visit. The three-time Sixth man of the year posted the same tweet with a caption “Leave it alone. Just enjoy the memes lol”. It seems that Lou is not concern about the backlash that he had from the fans around the world.
Leave it alone. Just enjoy the memes lol https://t.co/sGB9zIFIkt
— Lou Williams (@TeamLou23) July 26, 2020
The player has also informed that the incident is true as he stopped for food at Magic city at Atlanta. Reporting about the personal life of players is still a question that many has to answer.
However, with this incident being about violating protocols, fans an NBA authorities alike would be happy that it’s all out in the open and that Lou Williams will be reprimanded for his actions.
Isolation period for Lou Williams
NBA investigated the Lou Williams’ episode and now has come up with a decision that the player needs to be quarantined for 10 days. The usual isolation period for a player returning to the bubble is 4 days but given different situations, it can differ in accordance with the situation. The same has happened in Lou’s case.
Lou Williams and the NBA need to ensure that no such breach of protocol happens in the future and if players leave the bubble due to personal reasons, they should remain quarantined with their families in their house itself. Any spread of the virus within the bubble could end the NBA season.
The NBA confirms that Lou Williams must quarantine for 10 days before re-joining the Clippers. His quarantine began Saturday.
— Malika Andrews (@malika_andrews) July 26, 2020
What Lou Williams will miss
As the player has to isolate for 10 days that means Lou will be missing first Two seeding games for Clippers. The 6-Foot-1 guard will miss games against Los Angeles Lakers (30 July) and New Orleans Pelicans (1 August) during the official NBA re-start.