Four Nets Test Positive For COVID-19, As Coronavirus Afflicts Another NBA Team


March 17, 2020


COVID-19 continues to make its way through the NBA.

Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert was the first player in the league to be tested positively for the virus before teammate Donovan Mitchell also tested positive.

And now it appears it has hit the Brooklyn Nets.

The NBA team announced Tuesday in a statement four of its players have tested positive for COVID-19, according to ESPN’s Tim Bontemps. Brooklyn didn’t specify which players tested positive but noted three showed no symptoms of illness, and one did.

The NBA indefinitely suspended its season after Gobert’s test came back positive, while other leagues have followed suit in pausing their years for the time being.

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