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The Denver Nuggets have supposedly closed their practice centers since of positive coronavirus tests.
Per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the Nuggets’ centers were closed Saturday and could reopen later on today after members of the Nuggets’ traveling celebration that will head to Orlando, Florida, for the season restart evaluated favorable for the virus.
Wojnarowski included the “next few days of testing” will figure out when the Nuggets will reopen their training facilities to gamers and coaches.
Branislav Jokic, the dad of Nuggets All-Star Nikola Jokic, verified to Nova.rs (h/t Eurohoops.net) his kid is doing well after being detected with COVID-19: ” We are all fine. Nikola is great. It’s been a week. What he had is gone. He is disappointing signs. He is with us, and everything is great.”
Wojnarowski and Brian Windhorst reported on June 23 that Jokic, who went back to Serbia during the NBA hiatus, is expected to receive clearance “ within a week” to take a trip to Denver.
Under the NBA’s return-to-play format, the 22 teams consisted of in the Orlando restart started carrying out coronavirus tests June 22, and mandatory specific exercises are arranged to start Wednesday.
Groups will travel to Orlando in between July 7 and 9, with training camps running from July 9 to 21 prior to games begin July30
The Nuggets (43-22) will head into the NBA reboot as the No. 3 seed in the Western Conference.