Houston Rockets wingman Danuel House could be facing a bit of time off after allowing a coronavirus testing staffer into his hotel room at the Grand Floridian Hotel on Disney's campus.

According to a report from The Athletic, the NBA is investigating the improper visit, where House Jr. and his guest may have violated the league's strict COVID-19 protocols.

A woman entered the Rockets’ team hotel on Monday night, passing multiple security checkpoints before being flagged for her entry, sources told The Athletic. She exited the hotel in the early hours of Tuesday morning, and the league cited early data points that implicated two members of the Rockets, House and Tyson Chandler, sources said.

When the woman was questioned by NBA security, she did not implicate House’s name and it is uncertain whether she remains on campus, sources said. She claimed to have contact with Chandler and another player, not named House, according to sources.

According to sources, the Rockets’ entire team had to enter a quarantine period on Tuesday due to the potential exposure. Those sources said there appears to be no video connecting House and the woman; only the flagging of her entering and leaving the hotel, and the possibility of a door opening and closing to match those timelines. The NBA has informed involved parties that it has circumstantial evidence implicating House.

House has vehemently denied that he engaged in any improper contact with the staffer.

House, who is in league-mandated quarantine, is averaging 11.4 points and shooting 36 percent from 3-point range in nine playoff games inside the NBA's bubble complex. His status for Game 4 is now in question. He missed Game 3 for what was cited as “personal reasons.”

The Rockets. who trail the Lakers 2-1 in their series after Tuesday night's 112-102 loss, are the only team staying at the Grand Floridian hotel where this alleged incident occurred. The Lakers, Heat, Celtics, Raptors, Clippers and Nuggets are all staying at the Gran Destino tower, which is nearby.

Game 4 between the Rockets and Lakers is scheduled to tip at 7:00 p.m. ET on Thursday night, with TNT having live broadcast coverage.