Lou Williams To Skip NBA Video games After Strip Membership Visit

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NBA Player Went to Strip Club ... for the Food

National Basketball Association player Lou Williams has reportedly admitted going to a strip club in Atlanta after he was allowed out of the NBA's Orlando "bubble" for a funeral.

Williams was pictured in Atlanta's Magic City strip club on Thursday night, holding a drink and wearing an National Basketball Association face mask. As a result of the incident, Williams will miss the first two Clippers games, as he has to quarantine for ten days.

Williams was granted leave from the team's training base at Disneyland in Florida ahead of the resumption of the National Basketball Association season at the end of this month to attend the funeral service but soon after photographs emerged on social media of him present at a gentleman's club in Atalanta. ESPN notes that the photo shows Williams wearing an National Basketball Association mask as he held a drink at the club.

This was the right and unbiased thing to do by the league, considering Kings Center, Richaun Holmes was sent back to quarantine for 10 days for just leaving campus to get his food order.

Previously, Lou Williams was spotted in Magic City with rapper Jack Harlow after the player left the National Basketball Association bubble for an emergency family matter.

The Clippers are scheduled to tip off their eight additional regular season games on Thursday night going up against the Los Angeles Lakers in Orlando. Williams was back home to say goodbye to a family member who had passed away.

The NBA is "looking into" Williams' activities, two people who were not authorized to speak publicly on the matter said.

Harlow immediately deleted the post from his Instagram story and tweeted out that the photo was old.

"That became an worn pic of me and Lou". On his official Twitter account, he tweeted Saturday: "Ask any of my teammates what's my favorite restaurant in Atlanta is".

"I can't share much with his journey because I wasn't on that journey with him", Rivers said. Ain't nobody partying. Chill out lol. "Obviously those (photos) came out, and that's something we obviously don't like to see and don't like", he said.

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