Utah Jazz teammates Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert improved their relationship after both players tested positive for coronavirus.
Gorbert’s diagnosis was the first time in the NBA, which made the season suddenly stop. The Jazz is scheduled to play with the Thunder in Oklahoma City on March 11.
Gobert After the NBA has just implemented the new COVID-19 safety guidelines, after speaking in the media and pointing out the problem and touching the microphone playfully, the test result was positive.
Gorbert unknowingly spread the virus to teammate Donovan Mitchell.
A series of incidents caused the relationship between the players on both sides to break.
A few months later, jazz is ready to go Orlando As one of the 22 teams competing for the playoffs, the bubble.
In an interview with ESPN, Mitchell said that the relationship between them has improved, but the problem really started from Gorbert’s Lure attitude and behavior in the spring.
“We are very good at the moment. We are going to hoop there. I think the most attractive thing is that it breaks away from the guys in the team and gets rid of what the guys are trying to do. I really hope to move forward.” Mitchell Say.
When both players are ready to go, Gobert Said he still felt the impact of this virus.
As striker Bojan Bogdanovic enters this season, both players need to increase playing time.
The Jazz restarted in their first game against New Orleans on July 30.