Landry Shamet tested positive for COVID-19 on Saturday and will not go to Orlando to join the Bubble League with other members of the Los Angeles Clippers.
Now, Shamet will be quarantined for 14 days and require two negative tests, 24 hours apart.
If all goes well, he will be able to enter the bubble around July 18.
The Clippers closed their facility a few days ago because a player tested positive for COVID-19.
It is unclear whether the test was performed on Shamet.
The team did not say who was confidential.
The list of NBA players infected with the virus continues to increase.
The NBA ensures that all players entering the bubble are virus-free and undergo routine tests every day.
The NBA has a strict agreement that requires players to return to the game after a positive test.
The Clippers are competitors, and Shamet is an important part of their rotation.
His shooting percentage from outside the three-point line is almost 40%.
As we all know, he will end the game with the starting unit.
Keeping Shamet healthy and in Orlando will help the Clippers win the championship this season.
The team already has Paul George and Kawhi Leonard secured the contract this year and next year before they can choose to withdraw.
Shamet should be prepared to have enough time to adapt to the environment, but as tips arrive, the virus will continue to be a problem.