Lou Williams & Kendrick Perkins Trade Shots After Strip Club Debacle

Tanya Simon
August 1, 2020

Los Angeles Clippers' sixth-man of the year candidate Lou Williams left the NBA's bubble previously to address a personal concern, however his activities outside of quarantine have led the National Basketball Association to enforce a 10-day quarantine, which will force Williams to miss a minimum of 2 regular-season games.

Williams was photographed at the Atlanta strip club Thursday night by rapper Jack Harlow, who eventually deleted the post from his Instagram account. He will miss at least two seeding games, including the July 30 game against the Lakers and one against the New Orleans Pelicans, and must test negative twice to be allowed to return.

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. Williams has told the National Basketball Association that he attended a dinner there following the funeral, ESPN said. He had been in Atlanta to attend a viewing for the father of a close friend, ESPN reported.

Williams tweeted a photo of Paul Williams on Friday, along with the caption: 'Long Live Pops'. "Ask any of my teammates what's my favorite restaurant in Atlanta is", Lou Williams tweeted Friday.

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'That was an old pic of me and Lou. Ain't nobody partying. Chill out lol. "I was just reminiscing cuz I miss him".

"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.

Centre Montrezl Harrell and guard Patrick Beverley also recently left the Clippers to attend to urgent family matters.

The restarted season gets back underway on Thursday after a March 11 shutdown for the COVID-19 pandemic.

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