June 25, 2020 | 2: 55 am
The coronavirus has actually struck the Sacramento Kings.
Three Kings players Jabari Parker, Alex Len and Buddy Hield have tested positive for COVID-19, according to numerous reports.
” Numerous days ago I tested favorable for COVID-19 and instantly self-isolated in Chicago which is where I stay,” the 25- year-old forward Parker said in a declaration released by the team
Len, a 27- year-old forward, said on an Instagram post that he was checked Tuesday in Sacramento, Calif.
” I want to thank the Sacramento Kings for their terrific care and the NBA for putting the protocols in location to enable me to catch this early,” Len’s declaration stated. “I have right away entered seclusion and eagerly anticipate being cleared and rejoining my colleagues for our playoff push.”
Hield checked favorable, according to The Athletic, but the Kings and Hield did not validate that report. The 27- year-old shooting guard just recently played in a males’s league in Oklahoma.
The Kings, who have a 28-36 record, are among the 22 NBA teams slated to resume video games on July 30 in Orlando, Fla.
These cases came after the Pacers’ Marcus Brogdon announced on Tuesday that he checked favorable for the coronavirus