NBA Snitch Hotline: Anonymous Hotline has received “multiple tips” of violation at the Orlando Bubble. ‘Chris Paul snitch’ is trending
The NBA has put in a “Snitch Hotline” which can be used to report the violations of the Bubble rules by any players or team staff.
According to Shams Charania, many tips have been coming in on the hotline about the violation of the Bubble rules.
What is the Snitch Hotline?
The “Snitch Hotline” is a hotline put in by the NBA at the Orlando Bubble, through which people can report the violation of the Bubble rules and protocols. It is a purely anonymous hotline.
As per Shams Charania, many tips have been coming in that player’s aren’t following the bubble protocols. Many players have also received warnings although their identities are unknown till now.
Some players have received warnings from violations, sources said, as league ensures social distancing and mask protocols on campus. https://t.co/LSRX6cXWfP
— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) July 14, 2020
If anyone violates the protocols of the Bubble they will have to serve a period of self-quarantine which could last up to 2 weeks.
Already such insistences have taken place. Sacramento King’s big man Richaun Holmes “accidentally” crossed the NBA’s campus line. Houston Rockets forward Bruno Caboclo unintentionally broke quarantine by leaving his room during the initial quarantine period.
‘Chris Paul Snitch’ is Twitter’s verdict
Twitter has reacted humorously to the tips being reported, with people suspecting the “anonymous” caller is Chris Paul.
Paul is the president of the players association and has at a number of times urged players to keep discipline and follow the protocols of the Bubble.
Chris Paul probably on the NBA snitch hotline: Hello, yes I would like to report a violation against LeBron James. He’s been ordering food from Postmates. pic.twitter.com/GpwLs4UjNp
— Chris Williamson (@CWilliamson44) July 14, 2020
Chris Paul in Orlando pic.twitter.com/RLTEcWZuwa
— Stephen A. Smith Burner (@SASBurnerAcct) July 14, 2020
— Jasmine (@JasmineLWatkins) July 14, 2020
CP3 watching players take a extra juice box during lunchtime: pic.twitter.com/gFxIqnskyY
— Rosa Parks’ Burner Account (@Rosasburner) July 14, 2020
This is all just fun going on twitter, nobody is actually saying the Paul is the snitch! But who knows, he very well could be. Someone has to keep the players in check, and if it is these anonymous tips, so be it.
The players need to be extremely careful and follow the protocols in place. Otherwise, the Bubble will no longer be a safe zone and can damage the plans of the season’s restart.
The season restart on 30th July inside Bubble in Orlando.
Also Read: List of players with COVID-19