The King’s Harris Barnes cleared the coronavirus agreement, De’Aaron Fox is ready
The Sacramento Kings are plagued by coronavirus and injuries, but they happen to attract some players at the right time.
ESPN’s Dave McMenamin said forward Harrison Barnes has cleared the NBA’s coronavirus agreement after undergoing two negative tests and is flying to Orlando to join the team.
Barnes test positive In early July, shortly before the Kings went to Orlando.
It took him about three weeks to register for two consecutive negative tests.
“We are very happy to be able to bring him here, and then he must go to his place to start a two-day quarantine and pass the agreement before he can join our stadium.” Head coach Luke Walton says. “But in terms of bringing him here, it is a big improvement for us.”
The young star guard De’Aaron Fox also seems to have recovered from a sprained left ankle suffered during practice on July 15.
Fox said: “I am able to get up and down with these people today, I feel great.” “I think I am ready. I need one of them to see where I am in the NBA game and be able to play in the Spurs. Make adjustments before the game.”
Walton talked about Fox’s return to practice.
Walton said: “De Aaron practiced today, going all out, going all out. “He looks good. We will see how he feels again later tonight and tomorrow morning.”
Buddy Hield and Jabari Parker, who both tested positive for the coronavirus, played a role in the Kings’ first melee.
Hilder led the Kings with 19 points, while Parker had 9 points and 3 rebounds.
Alex Len also tested positive before and arrived in Orlando after Hield and Parker, but he did not participate in the game because the team was reportedly managing His workload allowed him to return to the game.
This post is written by Chris Tulp