The Milwaukee Bucks and Sacramento Kings closed their training facilities on Sunday, sources told ESPN, after receiving the results of a recent corona virus test round.
It wasn’t immediately clear whether there was more than one positive test for the goats, but Milwaukee plans to keep his facility closed for training until the team’s tour group leaves for Orlando, Florida on Thursday to restart the league.
A member of the Sacramento tour group tested positive for COVID-19, a source told ESPN’s The Undefeated, and the Kings also plan to keep their practice facility closed until they depart for Orlando on Wednesday.
The Bucks and Kings are part of several teams, including Denver Nuggets, Miami Heat, LA Clippers, and Brooklyn Nets, that closed workout facilities last week.
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The Bucks have the best NBA record at 53-12 before restarting on July 30th at Walt Disney World. The Kings, 28-36, hope to reach the playoffs for the first time since 2006.
The athlete first reported that the kings would close their practice facility.