Kings Guard Gaming Eric Donald Suspended From NBA 2K League Season

TJ Denzer,

March 5, 2019 1:48 PM

After posting offensive videos over social media, point guard player Eric Donald has been suspended by the 2K League for the 2019 season.

As the NBA 2K League gets ready to kick off its latest esports season, it bears noting that each player selected to play in the league is held to a standard. Unfortunately for Kings Guard Gaming player Eric Donald, it’s a fact he has to learn the hard way. The player has been suspended from the 2019 season of NBA 2K League for violating the established player Code of Conduct within the league.

The NBA 2K League posted an official statement on Eric Donald on March 5, 2019. Reportedly, Donald had posted some sort of inappropriate material on his Twitter which was brought to the attention of the League. According to the NBA 2K League, these statements were in violation of an agreed-upon set of rules set by the League.

Any sign of offensive material that was once posted on Donald’s Twitter appears to be gone. The nature of the content that violated the Code of Conduct was not specified in communications from the League, but fans and followers speculate that it was some kind of offensive meme. Either way, Eric Donald was humble in answering to the suspension and will undergo sensitivity training as he sits out the 2019 season. Meanwhile, the Kings Guard Gaming will receive a third-round pick in the upcoming draft to fill the hole left by Donald on their roster for the season.

As year 2 of the NBA 2K League gets to the starting line, make sure you catch who’s going to be playing for who in the upcoming draft. Check out our guide on the schedule, details, and streams of the NBA 2k League 2019 Season draft.


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