Spencer Dinwiddie tested positive for coronavirus, not sure if he would compete
Brooklyn Nets guard Spencer Dinwiddie’s corona virus test was positive, and it is unclear whether he will participate in the Orlando bubble.
Dinwiddie said: “In the past few months, I have been trying to follow all specified protocols and isolate them to protect myself and others from COVID-19.”
“I am ready and ready to rejoin my teammates… I flew privately to New York, passed the COVID-19 test several times in the first few days of New York, and was able to participate in several exercises in the first week.”
Dinwiddie continued to add: “Initially, we should be one of the teams that entered the Orlando bubble early, but the training camp was transferred back to New York, unfortunately I am now very active. Given that I have experienced symptoms such as fever and chest tightness, so still It’s not clear if I can participate in Orlando.”
As of now, Dinwiddie plans to continue to isolate and reassess his options within 14 days.
The Nets’ record is 30 wins and 34 losses, enough to win the seventh place in the Eastern Conference.
With this position, the Nets cut 22 teams when they restarted on July 30.
With Ding Weidi, the Nets will also have no forwards Wilson Chandler, He chose not to participate in Sunday’s game.
Spencer Dinwiddie averaged 20.6 points, 6.8 assists and 3.5 rebounds before the season suspension on March 11.
This post is written by Eric Magana