Los Angeles Clippers participant Lou Williams will miss the first two video games of the National Basketball Association season after admitting he went to an Atlanta strip membership all by an current quarantine rupture to wait on a funeral.
Los Angeles Clippers guard Lou Williams was photographed Thursday night at Magic City gentleman's club in Atlanta and later told National Basketball Association investigators that he dropped by there for a bite to eat, CBS Sports reports.
An investigation is underway after Los Angeles Clippers guard Lou Williams was excused from the "bubble" in Orlando, Florida.
ESPN reports on Sunday (June 26) that Williams has been interviewed by National Basketball Association security and told them that he went to the Magic City gentlemen's club.
While he initially denied any such "visit", it was later found out that Lou did in fact go to the Atlanta City Magic Club to get some wings. This will nearly certainly rule him out of the Clippers' opening game of the resumed season against the Los Angeles Lakers on July 30.
Sources said Paul Williams is the father of a close family friend. However, during Williams's trip to Atlanta, he was caught visiting a strip club called Magic City-rapper Jack Harlow posted, and then later deleted, a photo of the two at the club on Instagram.
"That was an old pic of me and Lou".
On his official Twitter account, he tweeted Saturday: "Ask one of my teammates what my favorite restaurant is in Atlanta". I was just reminiscing cuz I miss him, ' said Harlow, in what Williams has now admitted was a lie. I wasn't with him'. Ain't nobody partying. Chill out lol.
"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. When they open the restart to the National Basketball Association season Thursday against the Lakers, they don't know if they'll be whole with a 15-man roster.
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