New York Liberty Guard Asia Durr misses 2020 WNBA season due to recovery from COVID-19 | Hoopfeed.com
Published on July 7, 2020
The New York Liberal Party announced that sophomore guard Asia Durr will be absent from the 2020 WNBA season. Durr announced via social media that she had a positive test for COVID-19 on June 8.
Since the beginning of June, she is the twelfth player to announce her withdrawal from the season. Seven WNBA players tested positive for coronavirus In the past week, the team training camp started at IMG Academy in Florida. The league will hold a 22-game season from the end of the month.
Freedom general manager Jonathan Kolb said: “Asia has worked hard this offseason to make a major leap in the second WNBA season.” “Although we are disappointed, we need to wait longer To see her become one of the smartest young players in the game, but we fully recognize and support her difficult decision under unprecedented circumstances. Brooklyn will prepare for her in 2021.”
Durr is the second pick of Louisville in the 2019 WNBA Draft. From 18 games last season, she averaged 9.7 points per game in 15 games.
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