SIN BIN: Houston Rockets’ Danuel House brought underground woman into bubble


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Yahoo Sports reported that House let a woman responsible for the COVID-19 test enter her bedroom on September 8.

It was the first significant violation of the NBA’s bubble protocol.

House is said to be married with children and social media lit up when detectives found messages from his wife, Kelly. One of them read: “Reap what you sow. “

Mikal Smith. Attorney General’s Document


Mikal Smith, the son of longtime Chicago Bears head coach Lovie Smith, is in hot water after being charged with pimping in Arizona.

Smith, 43, was recently arrested and faces charges of pimping, earning money from a prostitute, sex trafficking, money laundering and conspiracy, according to TMZ.

Young Smith worked as an assistant coach for his father in Chicago and Tampa Bay and played college football at the University of Arizona.

TMZ said attempts to reach Mikal Smith for comment have failed. Lovie Smith was 81-63 as a coach in Chicago and is third in Bears history for wins.

John Focke.


Update to a story covered in this space earlier this summer: The Charlotte Hornets have officially parted ways with former gaming player John Focke.

The team had been investigating after Focke somehow tweeted the N word while taking to Twitter about the Utah Jazz-Denver Nuggets playoff game.

“The shooting in this jazz game (n-word) is awesome! Focke had tweeted. “Murray and Mitchell come and go what a game!”

He apologized and said he had “typed wrong” and made a “horrible mistake”, but the Hornets owned by Michael Jordan decided not to bring Focke back. He had just completed his first season of games for the club.


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