Report: NBA playoff team had four positive coronavirus tests in last few weeks

The coronavirus pandemic continues.
NBA players are no exception.
Adrian Wojnarowski from ESPN:
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With corona virus testing beginning today for players traveling to Orlando, teams are preparing for a significant number of positive tests. A Western Conference playoff team has had four positive results per source in the past few weeks. The full training camps will begin at Disney on July 11th.
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Losing players before Orlando through extended quarantine is a bigger problem for non-guaranteed playoff teams. Playoff teams who are less worried about needing key players for seeding games in August have more time to get players back in shape. Everyone is concerned about soft tissue injuries.
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With corona virus testing beginning today for players traveling to Orlando, teams are preparing for a significant number of positive tests. A Western Conference playoff team has had four positive results per source in the past few weeks. The full training camps will begin at Disney on July 11th.
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Also keep in mind: Even among the six teams trying to reach the playoffs through a play-in, no one believes that this restart is worth risking injuries to players who could enter the next season. For some, Orlando will be an expanded summer league to develop young players and protect veterans.
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One important thing to remember: all positive corona virus tests now reflect the outside world - not the bubble of the NBA at Disney World. You can criticize the NBA's security plan for Disney World. But that will be a radically different environment. Canceling the season would mean that players would stay in normal life - i.e. H. Under the conditions under which these four members of a Western Conference playoff team contract coronavirus.
That said ...
It feels absurd when players go through all the problems - possible exposure to corona virus, risk of injury, restriction in Disney World, away from family and friends - only for glorified summer league games. As in normal times, but accented by corona virus, too many NBA games are such a waste.
I don't have enough financial information, especially local television contracts, to be safe. But I really hope that the money made by 22 teams instead of 16 teams playing eight seeding games instead of the least necessary tuning games before the playoffs is worth it.
Some of this money will come from gambling, which the NBA accepted when it promised transparency. I wonder if we will learn details about these positive tests. Hopefully this is not the case, but the corona virus can be debilitating. Although privacy concerns exist, NBA teams routinely uncover player injuries, and we are encouraged to treat inevitable positive corona virus tests like injuries.
Admittedly, these are not normal times. But wherever the NBA publishes positive corona virus tests, I doubt the league will return play money.
Obviously, it's all about money. Which is fine. I greet everyone who can safely make money during this pandemic. It's not easy, and the NBA has developed a detailed plan that has been approved by the players' union. I don't know if it will work, but I hope it will.
As this message shows, there is also a high risk outside the bladder.
Report: The NBA playoff team has had four positive coronavirus tests in the past few weeks, originally published on NBCSports.com

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