Not only did Danuel House Jr. get kicked out the NBA bubble for violating bubble protocol when he apparently allowed a woman in his hotel room for several hours but now he’s going to have to deal with his wife when he gets back home.
On Friday, the NBA announced that House was being removed from the NBA bubble after their investigation showed he had allowed a woman inside his hotel room for several hours overnight.
Rockets sixth man Danuel House has been kicked out of the NBA Bubble for having "a guest in his hotel room over multiple hours." The NBA says the guest "was not authorized to be on campus." pic.twitter.com/mhZHIo19pJ
— Rachel Nichols (@Rachel__Nichols) September 11, 2020
House’s wife Whitney does not seem to be taking the news very well.
According to Swipe Sports, she deleted all of House’s pics from her Instagram account.
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Danuel House’s wife Whitney scrubs her Instagram amid NBA investigation into cheating https://t.co/Hao3RIaWEh
— young crawfish 🏁 (@CrunkPopeye) September 11, 2020
Whitney also appeared to react to the House situation in her Instagram stories.
Via Swipe Sports
Danuel House Jr wife just posted this on her IG story pic.twitter.com/QtmzhhW1qM
— COWARDS double team (@RedNationBlogga) September 11, 2020
House has denied the accusations coming from the league but he’ll have to convince his wife that he’s telling the truth because the NBA doesn’t believe him.
Via The Athletic
A woman entered the Rockets’ team hotel on Monday night, passing multiple security checkpoints before being flagged for her entry, sources said. She exited the hotel in the early hours of Tuesday morning, and the league cited early data points that implicated two members of the Rockets, House and Tyson Chandler, sources said. When the woman was questioned by NBA security, she did not implicate House’s name and it is uncertain whether she remains on campus, sources said. She claimed to have contact with Chandler and another player, not named House, according to sources.
According to sources, the Rockets’ entire team had to enter a quarantine period on Tuesday due to the potential exposure. Those sources said there appears to be no video connecting House and the woman; only the flagging of her entering and leaving the hotel, and the possibility of a door opening and closing to match those timelines. The NBA has informed involved parties that it has circumstantial evidence implicating House.
House has vehemently denied to the league that he engaged in any improper contact with the staffer.