SJ - June 30, 2020
The NBA will restart their season at the end of next month in what is being called the Disney Bubble in Orlando. Players will be isolated from the outside world and under strict rules for coming and going from the bubble.
ESPN's Stephen A. Smith has some concerns about the players being able to last for weeks without the loving touch of a woman. He voiced those concerns on "First Take" on Tuesday morning and the reactions of his co-hosts say it all.
Stephen A Smith on NBA players breaking the Disney Bubble because they're going to be sexually frustrated and need to go out for "recreational activities"... pic.twitter.com/trgMrAUeAl
— gifdsports (@gifdsports) June 30, 2020
Smith knows NBA players and their "recreational activities" which oftentimes include groupies. He's just stating what we're all thinking. The bubble is going to burst at some point.
They're going to bust the bubble to bust a nut. I can't wait.
Someone is going to try to sneak a woman in and get caught. The only question is who, I have some ideas (looking at Houston), and how long it takes for them to get busted.
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