Doc Rivers Having Fun at the Expense of LeBron James, Gregg Popovich

NBA players are encouraged to call an anonymous tip-line to report any violations. Chris Paul has been accused of being a snitch numerous times.

Then Clippers coach Doc Rivers decided to get in on the fun.

Via CBS Sports:

"I turned in LeBron yesterday. I'm turning in Pop today. I'm trying to turn all these guys in. I think it's phenomenal,"Rivers said. "We're going to be the only team left when this is done."

So far there have been two violations in the NBA Bubble with the Kings Richaun Holmes and Rockets Bruno Caboclo breaking the 48-hour quarantine by leaving their rooms. Both players have been put in a 10-day quarantine due to the violations.

Spencer Dinwiddie of the Nets, who will not be participating in the bubble, encouraged players to not use the snitch hotline.

Welcome to 2020 life in the NBA.

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