Up until now NBA players were allowed to have two guest stay with them during road trips.
Including “close personal” friends which meant for a lot of players their IG models, side chicks or regular road trip hookers.
NBA is shutting it down because players can’t control themselves.
As the NBA tightened coronavirus protocols to try to preserve a season teetering amid positive tests, thinning rosters and game postponements, the league made a dramatic change that most franchises had wanted all along: the closing off of rooms to non-team guests in road hotels.
The NBA and National Basketball Players Association on Tuesday reached an agreement on several more revisions to policy, including the league further limiting movement for players and staffs on road trips. The league is no longer allowing players and staff to leave hotels for non-team activities, and it is eliminating visitors to hotel rooms, which one GM had told ESPN had been “the Mack truck driving through all our protocols.”
Players aren’t really following the rules, with Kyrie Irving being the latest to be caught on social media out partying without a mask.
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