Indiana Pacers guard Malcolm Brogdon has a positive coronavirus test, but he is expected to recover quickly.
Brogdon said: “I recently tested the Covid virus positively and it is currently being quarantined.”
“I have a good time, I feel good, and I have made good progress.
“I plan to join my teammates in Orlando to resume the NBA season and playoffs.”
Brogdon performed very well before the offseason, averaging points (16.3), assists (7.1) and rebounds (4.7), both hitting career highs.
In addition to being important to the Pacers on the court, Broden is also very important to the Players Association, he is the vice chairman of the executive committee.
A few weeks ago, Brogdon and his vice president Jaylen Brown protested against the black life movement in Atlanta, Georgia.
As of now, it is expected that Brogdon will be ready to start when the season starts in Orlando, Florida on July 31.
But if we have learned anything from this pandemic, we can be sure.