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Coronavirus is making NBA season a bit shaky

We’re still more than two weeks from NBA games, but drama already is popping up inside the Orlando bubble. It’s not all bad — only two of the 322 players tested have been positive for COVID-19, certainly an understandable number — but a few stories emerged Monday that showed how fragile things could get.
  • Rockets forward Bruno Caboclo and Kings center Richaun Holmes broke the health and safety protocols regarding where they could be, and now they must restart quarantine before joining their teams.
  • Holmes’ mistake: Leaving the bubble area to grab a food delivery item. He now must quarantine for another 10 days. Even his mom spared no jokes on Twitter.
  • Caboclo left his room during the 48-hour quarantine time, but it is not yet known why he left. He claims he did not know he wasn’t allowed to leave.
  • Neither player can participate in basketball activities until their quarantine ends.
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Meanwhile, outside the bubble, Houston All-Star Russell Westbrook announced he had tested positive for COVID-19. He is “currently feeling well, quarantined, and looking forward to rejoining” his team, he said, but certainly we hope for a speedy recovery.

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