The potential restart of the NBA season, may have suffer another set-back, after Milwaukee Bucks closes practice facility due to the latest result of COVID-19 test conducted on Friday, according to Adrian Wojnarowski.
The remainder of the NBA season was scheduled to restart on the 31st of July, after it was suspended in March, due to the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic.
According to a tweet from a senior NBA insider, Adrian Wojnarowski, Milwaukee Bucks have shutdown the practice facility, after receiving results of COVID-19 test.
“The Milwaukee Bucks have shut down the team’s practice facility after receiving results of a Friday round of coronavirus testing, sources tell ESPN. The team isn’t expected to reopen facility for workouts prior to the organization’s traveling party leaving for Orlando Thursday”
The team isn’t expected to reopen facility for workouts prior to the organization’s traveling party leaving for Orlando Thursday.
No further information has been let-out as to, those who contracted the virus in the Bucks team, unlike Wojnarowski’s tweet reporting the LA Clippers closing their won practice facilities, he dis not out rightly say someone tested positive to the virus.
For now, all we know is that Milwaukee Bucks will miss out on a few additional practice days. From a basketball point of view, those games are still some weeks away so it’s likely any affected player could still recuperate from the virus.