NBA Holiday Gift Ideas: Get Lou Williams’ favorite strip club wings shipped to your house

NBA fans can get an order of Lou Williams’ favorite chicken wings delivered this holiday season.

Lou Williams provided NBA fans with one of the most bizarre stories of the Orlando bubble experience when he was forced into quarantine after going out to a strip club in Atlanta.

Williams got permission to go to Atlanta for a funeral and was photographed at the world famous Magic City club. He claimed he only went there to grab some wings but the jokes ensued and he was forced to undergo a 10-day quarantine once he returned to Orlando.

The veteran eventually returned to the court for the Los Angeles Clippers and the incident was put behind him. Now his association with the wings is back thanks to Magic City making the famous LouWill Lemon Pepper wings available this holiday season. Yes, he has his own flavor.

Get an order of Lou Williams’ favorite wings delivered right to you

The website Goldbelly is selling 50-packs of the LouWill wings for $109 with free shipping. These wings were apparently good enough to break quarantine protocol for so it would not be the craziest thing to place an order and get this as a fun gift. Laughs aside, the wings do sound amazing.

It was easy to make jokes about Williams getting busted at Magic City. But he had a legitimate excuse to be home and if he was only picking up wings, he wasn’t doing anything too crazy.

Hopefully, he can laugh about it now and it would seem likely he will have plenty of his namesake wings this holiday season. Now that he can eat them in peace without having to worry about any mandatory quarantines following a purchase.

As for actual basketball news, Williams is expected to be traded this offseason as the Clippers look for a bit of a fresh start now that Doc Rivers is in Philadelphia.

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