John Stockton’s refusal to comply with masks mandate sees season ticket to Gonzaga games revoked 

Legendary former NBA star John Stockton has been banned from attending games at Gonzaga University after being noncompliant with his alma mater’s indoor mask mandate. 

Gonzaga’s most famous alum confirmed his season tickets were revoked after he was spotted missing from his usual spot at Gonzaga’s McCarthey Athletic Center in Washington State when the university’s Bulldogs beat San Francisco on Thursday.   

‘Basically, it came down to, they were asking me to wear a mask to the games and being a public figure, someone a little bit more visible, I stuck out in the crowd a little bit,’ Stockton, 59, told The Spokesman Review.  

The Naismith Basketball Memorial Hall of Fame point guard said the exchange between him and the university had been polite but still ‘unpleasant.’

Stockton, who has been very outspoken about his negative to comply with mask and vaccine requirements, will be banned from games at least until the 2022-23 season. 

Legendary former NBA player John Stockton confirmed his season tickets to attend games at his alma mater Gonzaga University were revoked due to his noncompliance to the university's indoor mask mandate. Above, Stockton, looks on during a game in November, 2021

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