Lou Williams fires back on Twitter at Kendrick Perkins for criticism

  • Lou Williams fires back on Twitter at Kendrick Perkins for criticism

Lou Williams fires back on Twitter at Kendrick Perkins for criticism

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 allowed to leave the National Basketball Association bubble at the Disney World in Orlando, Florida, and fly home to Atlanta to visit the wake of a family friend.

The departures are likely to be detrimental ahead of Thursday's Lakers game, which will see the restart of the season.

Williams flew home on Thursday to Atlanta to attend a viewing for the death of a family friend.

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.

On Sunday ESPN reported that Williams has been interviewed by National Basketball Association security and told them that he went to the Magic City gentlemen's club.

"It's a challenge. You know, we only have 10 guys", Rivers said via Zoom after the Clippers came out on top in their second straight scrimmage.

That prompted an investigation by National Basketball Association security, and ultimately the 10-day ruling. A strip club? To pick up some wings?

Several players have spoken about the difficulty of living within the National Basketball Association bubble, with the two National Basketball Association finalists expected to remains inside of it for a period of around three months.

Players who exit the "bubble" are tested daily while outside the campus and must spend at least four days in quarantine in their hotel rooms upon their return, with medical experts able to stretch that quarantine time to 10 days if they feel it's required. As a result of the incident, Williams will miss the first two Clippers games, as he has to quarantine for ten days. Along with that, he will reportedly forfeit up to $150,000 in salary.

Lou Williams in action for the LA Clippers in the National Basketball Association.

In addition to the Clippers' 6-foot-1 guard, teammates Montrezl Harrell and Patrick Beverley have been excused from the bubble to deal with family matters this past week.

Approaching a full-roster status, the Los Angeles organization is moving towards the seeding matches holding second place in the Western Conference thanks to 44-20 run prior to the long hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic.