Since he was away from the campus for less than a week and he received a negative COVID-19 test each day he was outside the bubble, that means that Beverley will have to self-quarantine for 4 days prior to rejoining the team practices. Ain't nobody partying. Chill out lol.
Rapper Jack Harlow posted a photo of himself and Williams at the club, but then deleted it. Harlow later tried to claim it was an "old" photo, but he deleted that post, as well.
But this incident may add to concerns about the NBA's bubble.
Williams averaged 18.7 points, 5.7 assists and 3.1 rebounds in 60 games (eight starts) before the regular season went on hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic. There's a four-day minimum quarantine for anyone who leaves the bubble, but that total could be increased to two weeks depending on circumstance.
Clippers coach Doc Rivers told reporters that Williams was back on campus as of Saturday, meaning he'll likely end his quarantine on August 3 and could return for the August 4 game against the Phoenix Suns. "But he's back here, I can tell you that much".
Williams reportedly told National Basketball Association investigators that he may maybe well maybe be attending a viewing for the daddy of a terminate family friend, Paul G. Williams, on July 23rd and later went to the Magic City Gentlemen's Membership for dinner.
As a result, Lou Williams, who is a candidate for the Sixth Man of the Year award, will now be missing the first two seeding games of the Clippers-the first against Los Angeles Lakers on Thursday, July 30, and against New Orleans Pelicans on Saturday, August 1. The Clippers will also be without Ivica Zubac and Landry Shamet for the restart. Along with that, he will reportedly forfeit up to $150,000 in salary.