Rudy Gobert Accused Of Giving Rhode Island Kid Coronavirus Via Celtics Game Autograph
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As you know, Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert became the first professional athlete in the United States to test positive for COVID-19 earlier this week. It now looks as if he's passed the virus onto a kid from Rhode Island via an autograph at the Celtics game last week...

Wash those hands, ya'll.

(Busted Coverage)
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Hiw do you know the kid din't give it to him.
Reply3 months
Exactly
3 months
that will teach him to sign autographs
Reply3 months
Or maybe the kid gave Gobert the virus. We dont know either way. It's stupid to speculate.
Reply3 months
I'm with you on this one. Stupid kid screwed us out of an NBA season!!!! /s
3 months
“ya’ll”? You couldn’t type 4 words without screwing up? I will give props for the comma usage.
Reply3 months
Seems like a HIPPA violation that the NBA revealed he had the virus in the first place. This is a stupid story. He was just signing autographs like a decent human does
Reply3 months
So what, is he going to ask him for money? Sue him? We live in the craziest of times.
Reply3 months
“Accused”. He didn’t commit a crime and it is not like he was the first person to get the virus.
Reply3 months
We don't accuse others of giving us the flu... Stupid journalism
Reply3 months
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