The NBA’s Anonymous Snitch Hotline Is Coming Back Next Season And The Internet Had Jokes

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The NBA is beginning to place new Covid-19 protocols for the new season set to start next month.

According to ESPN’s Tim Bontemps the NBA released their 134-page guide for players to stay safe from the coronavirus during the upcoming season.

Via ESPN

Ahead of training camps opening up across the NBA next week, the league has compiled a comprehensive health and safety protocol for the 2020-21 NBA season and sent it to its teams.

The document, which was obtained by ESPN, is 134 pages long, and is similar to the one the league created to govern everything that happened inside the bubble it created at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida, this summer.

This time, however, the league will be attempting to combat the coronavirus without the benefit of being inside a bubble where it was able to be successfully sealed away from the outside world.

One thing the NBA is bringing back from the bubble is the infamous anonymous hotline where players can call in to report Covid-19 protocol violations.

NBA fans immediately had jokes about the snitch hotline returning.

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