The two were spotted arriving at Nobu and leaving in the same black sports utility vehicle, roughly a month after they were spotted together in Arizona.
While the initial “quarantine trip” was deemed as two friends from a close circle going out for some air, Jenner, 24, did not hesitate to semi-confirm a possible relationship with the Suns star:
they act like i’m not in full control of where i throw this cooch https://t.co/DOCPKMdW6K
— Kendall (@KendallJenner) April 29, 2020
Jenner might not have too much time left to spend with Booker, as the Suns are one of 22 teams invited to Walt Disney World for the league's resumption of the 2019-20 NBA season.
Each team will play eight regular-season games for seeding purposes and consequently proceed into the playoffs for the best eight teams in each conference.
The Suns were the last team to make the cut, a full six games behind the eighth-seeded Memphis Grizzlies in the Western Conference and with the direst need to play catch-up. The Portland Trail Blazers, New Orleans Pelicans, Sacramento Kings, and San Antonio Spurs are all ahead of the Suns in the race for the last playoff spot.
While players will be allowed to bring their families to Disney World at some point during the resumption of the season, only those essential will be accepted.
Chances are Jenner doesn't fall under that strict bubble and will have to wait to go out on other dates with the Suns All-Star as Training Camp 2.0 awaits.