Nets players were tested upon the team returning to NY from San Francisco and results came back Tuesday, sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski. One of the four players has been displaying symptoms while the other three are asymptomatic, the club said in a release.
"Everyone be careful, take care of yourself and quarantine", Durant said Monday.
The Nets added that all players and members of their travel party are being asked to remain isolated and closely monitor their health.
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All-Star guard Donovan Mitchell of the Utah Jazz says he showed no symptoms of being sick before testing positive for the coronavirus, and he continues to have no signs of illness since going into isolation. Both players have tested positive for the coronavirus. Prior to being diagnosed, the Utah Jazz player was seen jokingly touching the microphones at a press conference. The Nets hadn't played either of those teams recently.
The Nets last played the LeBron James and the Lakers last week in Los Angeles. All four are now in isolation and under the care of team doctors.
But he revealed that it "took awhile for me to kind of cool off" at Gobert, who admitted he didn't take the virus seriously. He started his journalism career at The Bee more than 20 years ago and returned to cover the Sacramento Kings in September 2018.