The NBA is in the midst of a scandal surrounding a hidden gaming addiction.
Former Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant and two of his teammates are accused of making up the story of a mysterious online video game they said they were playing when they were arrested in July.
The NBA suspended Bryant for one game and fined him $5,000 and suspended the two other players, who have been with the Lakers for three seasons.
The league says Bryant lied to the team about playing a video game that was not real.
But a hidden game called “Honey Badger” is not the only video game being blamed for the NBA’s problems.
A video game called, “Doom,” which has been described as “the first video game to offer players the ability to transform into a demonic version of themselves,” has been found to be playing a secret game at the center of the scandal.
The video game is the latest in a long list of video games that the NBA has had a problem with in recent years.
In March, the league released a list of 50 games that it deemed to be “problematic,” which included “Hexman,” “Dance Central,” “FIFA 17,” “NBA 2K18,” “World of Warcraft,” “Saints Row: The Third,” “Grand Theft Auto V,” “The Sims 4,” “GTA V,” and “Pokemon Go.”