Kevin Durant's coronavirus reports turn positive
Durant was apparently with the Brooklyn Nets a week ago as they arranged to take on the Golden State Warriors at the Chase Center in San Francisco. As we probably am aware, that game was booked to occur in an unfilled field, however the NBA season was suddenly delayed once it was found that Utah Jazz focus Rudy Gobert had tried positive.
Starting at now, the Nets are the main group outside of the Jazz and Detroit Pistons who have had somebody test positive for the coronavirus. Those tainted incorporate Utah's Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell, just as Detroit's Christian Wood. Important, the Nets didn't play the Jazz or the Pistons in the course of the most recent two weeks before the shutdown.
Following are the tweets by Shams Charania which gives insight into Kevin's condition:
- Kevin Durant tested positive for coronavirus, Durant tells @TheAthleticNBA @Stadium. Durant says he is feeling fine: "Everyone be careful, take care of yourself and quarantine. We're going to get through this."
- Durant has not had symptoms and was among four positive test results on the Nets. The two-time NBA Finals MVP's message is one for everyone to heed: Stay quarantined.
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