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Rumors are swirling that there's more than basketball going on between players inside the NBA's "bubble" facility at Disney World in Orlando, Florida.

The bubble facility was built Disney World to house NBA teams amid the fading coronavirus pandemic. NBA players were cooped up together inside the bubble for two months before their wives and significant others were allowed in to be with them.

Now there are rumors that some of the players choose not to wait for their wives and girlfriends for a little satisfaction at night.

Social isolation among men in the NBA bubble is not much different from social isolation experienced by male inmates in prisons and jails.

There is a high degree of tendency towards consensual sex among men in periods of isolation away from women.

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A study on male homosexuality in prison suggests that a majority of the men don't consider themselves to be homosexual.

According to a recent paper on the subject, "various environmental, biological, psychological, and sociological factors influence sexuality in society, and these factors are further complicated by the experience of [isolation]."

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For years the public was told that former NFL star Aaron Hernandez murdered semi-pro football player Odin Lloyd in cold blood after Lloyd spoke to men Hernandez had problems with.

The more sinister motive was revealed after Hernandez, 27, committed suicide early Wednesday at Souza Baranowski Correctional Center in Shirley, Massachusetts.

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Rajon Rondo and Bill Kennedy

According to former NBA ref Tim Donaghy, NBA ref Bill Kennedy is a vengeful man who held a grudge against the Boston Celtics (players and staff, past and present) for years.

Kennedy publicly announced his homosexuality a few days after Sacramento Kings guard Rajon Rondo called him a gay slur during a recent NBA game.

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Bill Kennedy ejects Rajon Rondo

NBA ref Bill Kennedy came out of the closet a few days after Sacramento Kings guard Rajon Rondo called him a gay slur during a game.

The incident occurred during a game between Rondo's current team, the Sacramento Kings, and his former team, the Boston Celtics, in Mexico City on Dec. 3.

Kennedy ejected Rondo from the game for staring at him. Rondo had to be physically restrained when he tried to confront Kennedy on the court.

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Michael Sam Oprah

When Dallas Cowboys owner and president Jerry Jones announced he would sign gay football player Michael Sam to the Cowboys practice squad, many observers believed it was a football decision. Now we know it wasn't.

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Michael Sam

Michael Sam will probably never play another down in the NFL -- and he has no one to blame but himself.

Sam, a 24-year-old SEC Defensive Player of the year out of Missouri, announced his homosexuality in February, leading many to believe it was a calculated attempt on his part to boost his chances at the NFL draft in May. Being an SEC standout was no guarantee that Sam would be drafted at all. Even more suspect was the fact that Sam apparently inked a deal with Oprah OWN Network to film a reality TV series before he was even drafted. Then there was the wedding cake incident when Sam tongue kissed his feminine boyfriend on national TV on draft day. ESPN's cameras were there to film the 7th round draft pick licking icing off his boyfriend's face.

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