Williams was pictured in Atlanta's Magic City strip club on Thursday night, holding a drink and wearing an National Basketball Association face mask, U.S. media said. Before heading back to the bubble, Williams went to go get food at Magic City, and eventually, it became a huge story thanks to Jack Harlow posting a picture of the two on his Instagram. "I was not with him". That tweet came down too.
Williams told the National Basketball Association that he attended a dinner there after the funeral, ESPN said.
Williams reportedly told National Basketball Association investigators that he may maybe well maybe be attending a viewing for the daddy of a terminate family friend, Paul G. Williams, on July 23rd and later went to the Magic City Gentlemen's Membership for dinner.
Former Boston Celtics center and 2008 National Basketball Association champion Kendrick Perkins was critical of Williams' decision and said he simply needed to be "more mature".
Due to his 10-day quarantine, Williams will miss the Clippers' third and final scrimmage against the Sacramento Kings (Monday), then seeding games against the Los Angeles Lakers (Thursday) and New Orleans Pelicans (Saturday).
"Ask any of my teammates what's my favorite restaurant in Atlanta is", he said.
The 33-year-old Clippers player was granted permission to leave the Orlando resort-where National Basketball Association athletes are living and working during the US COVID-19 outbreak-after the death of a friend's father, according to ESPN. Ain't nobody partying. Chill out lol.
The Clippers face the Lakers next Thursday in a game Williams will likely miss regardless of the NBA's determination.
"I can't share much with his journey because I wasn't on that journey with him", Rivers said.