Congrats Bruno Caboclo on being the first NBA player to break quarantine bubble rules!
Rockets forward Bruno Caboclo inadvertently broke quarantine and must quarantine in his room for another eight days before resuming team activities, sources told @ZachLowe_NBA, @malika_andrews, @TimBontemps and me.— Tim MacMahon (@espn_macmahon) July 13, 2020
The Kings Richaun Holmes has also reportedly broken quarantine rules, but Bruno Caboclo gets the honor of being first. Hoping that all NBA players are having to follow the same rules and there is no special treatment for star players. We're talking about a life and death contagious virus here. Not Allen Iverson getting special treatment to miss practice.
It should be noted that no superstar has been suspended for PED use yet. The Suns Deandre Ayton and the Hawks John Collins, who were both suspended at the start of the season for PED use, are probably the biggest name players to be penalized. Rashard Lewis was also suspended several years back, but he was already on the decline.
Anyway, wondering how the NBA and its security team will handle the first violation by an all-star.
Kings center Richaun Holmes crossed the the Disney campus line to pick up delivery food and must quarantine for 10 days (eight days remaining).— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) July 13, 2020
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