Michael Beasley of the Nets tested positive for coronavirus
New member of the Brooklyn Nets Michael Beasley (Michael Beasley) is testing the wave points coronavirusAccording to reports, coalition sources told ESPN.
The 31-year-old Beasley just signed with the Nets on July 9 to become a backup player to help the roster of multiple injuries and coronavirus infections.
Both Kevin Durant (Achilles) and Kyrie Irving (shoulder) have been absent this season, while Spencer Dinwiddie, DeAndre Jordan and Taurean Prince’s COVID-19 test are positive, so they will not participate in the restart.
There is no news about when or if Beasley will rejoin the team.
The Nets also signed veteran Tyler Johnson, Jamal Crawford, Lance Thomas and rookie Donta Hall to fill them Weak lineup.
6-foot-8 Thomas played for the New York Knicks for four years and was abstained last summer.
Recently, Thomas participated in the Nets’ preseason game.
Official: The Nets have signed forward Lance Thomas as a substitute player for the remainder of the 2019-20 season.
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-Brooklyn Nets (@BrooklynNets) July 14, 2020
Nets general manager Sean Marks said it was difficult to keep up with all changes.
“We need to make these people appear in front of our coaching team and each other. Someone is joking today [that] We will have to let them wear brand names because this is a new roster,” Max said.
Newly added new routines. Get the entire scoop from the Nets’ first week in Orlando:https://t.co/tgAuxq7C5J
-Brooklyn Nets (@BrooklynNets) July 15, 2020
With Beasley out, the Nets could sign Justin Anderson, who was introduced after Wilson Chandler decided not to come to Orlando.
“According to the agreement, I only arrived in Orlando yesterday. I accepted the negative test and waited for the next result.” Anderson told the Virginia basketball podcast J Willy Show. “Very strict agreement, but it’s worth mentioning that making sure to enter the bubble layer is clean and clear for everyone who is already present and myself. So I am back to Orlando now.”
During the regular season, Anderson has a 10-day contract with the Nets.
Brooklyn will restart on July 31 against the Orlando Magic in their hometown.
This post is written by Bonny Johnson