NBA Teams are Closed, practice facilities all Over COVID-19


As the NBA gets ready to start the season, the corona virus is throwing a wrench into their training plans.

The Milwaukee Bucks and the Sacramento Kings are close to their practice facilities on Sunday, according to reports. The closing took place after the receipt of the results of a recent round of tests for the corona virus.

What is not known is if there is more than one test with a positive result against the us Dollar.

However, new york plans to have its facility was closed for training. It is up to the team and travel party will depart on Thursday for the competition will be re-located in Orlando, Florida.

The Bucks have the NBA’s best record at 53-12 heading into the July 30 again into the Walt Disney World resort.

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Already a member of the Sacramento Kings, the group tested positive for the COVID-19.

Now, the Kings are going to have their practice facility and be closed. Players will not be in a position to be able to train there because of the time of their departure to Orlando on Wednesday.

The Kings, on a 28 to 36, are hoping to make the playoffs for the first time since 2006.

The Bucks and the Kings, to be a member of multiple teams, including the Miami Heat, Denver Nuggets, Miami Heat, Brooklyn Nets, L. A. Clippers, which have completed facilities for the training sessions over the past few weeks.

According to the league’s health and safety guidelines for players, who have the contract for the corona virus must be quarantined and test negative once, but twice.

This is the only way that they can be medically cleared to make the trip to Orlando, florida.


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