NBA Making Anonymous Hotline for Players to Report Quarantine Violators

Dan Mennella
June 17, 2020 - 11:30 am
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The NBA is reportedly creating a hotline for players to anonymously report breaches of the league's coronavirus quarantine protocols when play resumes at Disney World in Orlando, Florida.

The league revealed the plan to teams in a 113-page memo released on Tuesday, according to NBA insiders Shams Charania and Sam Amick.

Anyone entering Disney in affiliation with the NBA will have to sign an agreement to follow safety rules before being allowed in, the reporters said, and players who do not comply will be subject to warnings, fines, suspensions and expulsion.

They didn't specify how any such reports would be investigated.

Lakers forward Kyle Kuzma weighed in.

The league is aiming to restart its season with 22 teams in action beginning July 30 at the iconic family vacation destination.