Kevin Durant Says ‘You Can’t Blame’ Danuel House For Allegedly Sneaking Female Company Inside His Hotel Room
Kevin Durant admits that he’s not mad at other professional basketball players for breaking protocol while inside the NBA’s bubble. During his time on the latest episode of The Joe Budden Podcast, Kevin Durant, who currently plays for the Brooklyn Nets, seemingly defended NBA player Danuel House, who was allegedly penalized for sneaking a female guest into his hotel room.
When speaking on Danuel House, Kevin Durant said
“If you’ve been in a bubble away from some action for three months? I mean, you can’t blame him, dog. And I heard it was no females at all outside of [COVID testers]. The maids were all men, there was nothing but men around.”
“After a couple months, you down 3-1. Nah. He said ‘I don’t give a f— no more man.’ “
As previously reported, Danuel House was allegedly sent home early from the NBA bubble after being caught with a female COVID-19 testing official inside of his hotel room early this month. At the time of the alleged incident, Danuel House had been inside the bubble since July. According to reports, House’s teammates were upset with him following his infamous decision and he did apologize to them prior to leaving the bubble.
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