Paige Spiranac’s NBA bubble theory: ‘Unspoken code’ for sneaking women in

The NBA bubble may not be scoring rave reviews from some players, but Paige Spiranac believes she would “thrive” at the closed Disney World campus.

“I would be thriving,” the golfer-turned-influencer quipped during Tuesday’s episode of her “Playing A Round” podcast. “I would have no contact with anyone from the outside world. I could stay in my little hotel… it would be great.”

The NBA’s version of summer camp comes with a laundry list of protocols because of the coronavirus pandemic, including guest access. With an Instagram model claiming she has already been invited to the bubble, Spiranac pondered how the “snitch hotline” — used to report rule-breakers — could come into play.

“Do you think it’s different though when it comes to p—y?” Spiranac said. “Like as an unspoken p—y code where if you have a girl there, you don’t say anything, but it’s like if you don’t wear a mask, free for all.”

Lakers center Dwight Howard recently said he had been ratted out for not wearing a mask, while Heat forward Jimmy Butler was called out for practicing in his hotel room. For Spiranac, the question of ‘to snitch or not to snitch?’ would come down to personal feelings.

“If I didn’t like them, I would snitch all day long,” she said. “If I don’t like you, I’m not going to give you the respect to text you, I’m going to tell on you.”

With family members and friends barred from entering the bubble until the second round of the playoffs, players have found other ways to fill their days, ranging from fishing to golf and even tub time.

Spiranac also joked adult entertainment is “just streaming live the entire time.”

“PornHub is just constantly running,” she said.

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