New Orleans Pelicans shooting guard JJ Redick understands precisely why everything that was said on the NBA conference call about resuming the 2019-20 season got leaked to the general public.

Throughout an interview with Costs Simmons of The Ringer, Redick exposed that NBA reporter Shams Charania– who works for The Athletic and Stadium– was on every conference call and tape-recording the conversations.

Shams is perhaps one of the finest press reporters in the NBA. He routinely battles Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN and Chris Haynes of Yahoo Sports in breaking the biggest news in the association.

JJ Redick calling out Shams is pretty funny, though. People were questioning how Charania was getting all the details on the NBA’s restart strategy so quickly. Now, we know his unclean little trick.

The 2019-20 NBA season is set up to resume on July 30 at Walt Disney World in warm Orlando, Florida. A total of 22 teams will be remaining at the Walt Disney Resort.

Players from the 22 NBA groups concerning the Walt Disney Resort have actually been notified that anybody who leaves the Orlando school will go through a 10-14 day self-quarantine period. Additionally, gamers who breach the school rules will have a decrease in payment for video games missed and boosted COVID-19 screening– which would be the wretched deep nasal swab.

Prior to games getting suspended in March, the Milwaukee Bucks had the leading record in the NBA, while the Los Angeles Lakers were atop the Western Conference standings.

Redick and Pelicans will be fighting it out with the Memphis Grizzlies, Portland Trail Blazers, Sacramento Kings, San Antonio Spurs and Phoenix Suns for the final playoff spot in the West once the “bubble” video games begin.

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