So far, in the NBA bubble, players continue to test losing balls and everything is fine
The NBA bubble has not burst yet.
The league released its latest coronavirus test results on Wednesday. Since July 20, all 343 players have tested negative for the virus.
Since entering the “bubble”, no player has tested positive.
The two players did test positive when they arrived, but no one else was exposed.
The results highly reflect Commissioner Adam Silver and the Alliance, who have made health and safety their primary goals.
“The NBA did a great job, right?” Clippers coach Doc Rivers asked. “They are great. They are on us. They make us wear masks. … We are tested every day. We have to make a health app every day. The NBA is doing everything we need to do.
Rivers continued: “The whole virus is also closely related to self-control and self-discipline. I think not only the league, but also the players and everyone, they have been working hard. We must continue to work hard to achieve this.”
Some players, especially Dwight Howard of the Lakers (Dwight Howard), are called up for occasionally not wearing a mask, but most players follow the rules.
“San Antonio Spurs coach Greg Popovich said: “Adam Silver performed well and became a visionary, looking at the big picture and trying to figure out the unexpected consequences that might happen. “I think this is a good example of this country.” “
The head coach of the Philadelphia 76ers Brett Brown was also impressed by the bubble.
Brown said: “I think what the NBA has done…in the environment, all of us have performed very well.” “I think this is an elite. I have zero complaints about anything that might prevent us from working.”
There are still three months to go, but early signs indicate that the NBA bubble is shrinking.
This post is written by Bonny Johnson