Adult webcam site offers VIP pass to Orlando ‘bubble’ players

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NBA players entering the “bubble” in Orlando, Florida will have limited options for recreational activities, and an adult webcam site offers a solution to this problem.

Cams.com reportedly sent an explosion of emails Thursday, giving NBA players and coaches free VIP membership for all access to its adult-themed content.

“Cams.com, one of the leading adult entertainment webcam companies, officially wants to offer all NBA participants in Orlando free VIP membership to its site,” the site’s offering said.

“Players (and coaches) who register via [email protected] and verify their identity will receive a VIP membership and free tokens on the site that would allow them to access Cams.com’s list of beautiful models 24/7. If they are feeling lonely or need some extra motivation before a big game, all they need to do is use their VIP member credentials to log into the site and they will have a range of beautiful models at their disposal. They can chat with them in private camera rooms via voice and video text. Models can offer companionship, fun conversations, sexy stripteases and more, ”the invitation continued.

As enticing as the offer may sound, the continuation of the 2019-20 NBA season should be a family affair for most players and coaches. Athletes must bring their wives and children to Florida for the duration of their stay.

The league has made it clear that Disney theme parks will be off-limits to players and their families during the season. Even the usual card games will be limited, to follow social distancing protocols.

Cams.com’s offer, meanwhile, could be a kind of downtime for players entering the bubble on their own. This isn’t the first time that an adult-themed site has attempted to connect with a sports team. CamSoda recently offered UCLA $ 205 million to replace Under Armor as an official partner.

The NBA, meanwhile, has yet to determine whether it will accept Cams.com’s generous offer.

Steven Adams, Thunder

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