Kings' Buddy Hield reacts to Richaun Holmes' funny quarantine concert

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Isolation can make people do crazy things.

While the NBA restarts the 2019-20 season in Orlando, Florida, players from the Kings and the other 21 teams are occupying hotel rooms at the Walt Disney World Resort, as the league hopes to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus within its "bubble." Sacramento big man Richaun Holmes posted a video to his Instagram story on Wednesday, showing the world how's he handling all the alone time.

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Teammate Buddy Hield couldn't help but get a laugh out of Holmes' lip-synching.

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Holmes has been quarantined since leaving the NBA's bubble for a food delivery Monday, forcing him into a mandatory 10-day quarantine.

[RELATED: Kings' Luke Walton forced to get creative at center spot in Orlando]

Hield arrived to the NBA bubble after Holmes and most of his teammates, as he and forward Jabari Parker both previously tested positive for coronavirus and didn't join the Kings' initial travel party. The two had to quarantine and needed two negative tests over a 24-hour period in order to be able to fully rejoin their teammates on the practice court.

The Kings are on the outside looking in for the NBA playoffs. But with so much uncertainty surrounding this Orlando restart, anything is possible.

Kings' Buddy Hield reacts to Richaun Holmes' funny quarantine concert originally appeared on NBC Sports Bay Area