In order for the NBA to safely and successfully pull off a 22-team restart in Disney World this summer, they'll need to enforce a strict set of rules to prevent positive coronavirus tests.
One way they plan to enforce such rules is to enact an anonymous hotline. This way, if players see individuals in the bubble acting irresponsibly or breaking health protocol, they can report that person to the league.
Of course, news of this triggered quite the response NBA fans on Twitter and a few players as well.
Oh they snitchin snitchin😂😂😂😂 https://t.co/9LuCk2oNNB
So if it's exactly that, a snitch hotline, then which players would try to utilize it? That's when the memes started pouring in.
— Mickstape (@MickstapeShow) June 17, 2020
Chris Paul calling the NBA's bubble-violation hotline for the sixth time in one night pic.twitter.com/AvrPiLDXKY
— Blue Wire Podcasts (@bluewirepods) June 17, 2020
Chris Paul on the anonymous hotline. pic.twitter.com/ezKELLhXOo
— James (@JamesDGrambo) June 17, 2020
RELATED: WALL AGREES WITH IRVING
Whether the NBA actually needs an anonymous hotline to make sure everyone inside the bubble is safe remains to be seen.
Either way, players are definitely lucky the Timberwolves were eliminated and D'Angelo Russell isn't walking around with his phone.
Stay connected to the Capitals and Wizards with the MyTeams app. Click here to download for comprehensive coverage of your teams.
MORE WIZARDS NEWS:
Updates: Where Wizards will stay
New Rules: 6 players will follow
NBA return: Everything you need to know