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The Denver Nuggets reportedly closed their practice facilities due to positive coronavirus tests.
For ESPN Adrian WojnarowskiThe Nuggets ‘facilities were closed on Saturday and could reopen later this week after members of the Nuggets’ traveling group heading to Orlando, Florida to restart the season tested positive for the virus.
Wojnarowski added that the “next days of testing” will determine when the Nuggets will reopen their training facilities for players and coaches.
Branislav Jokic, the father of Nuggets All-Star Nikola Jokic, confirmed Nova.rs (h / t Eurohoops.net) your child is doing well after being diagnosed with COVID-19: “We are all well. Nikola is well. A week has passed. The one who had disappeared. She is showing no symptoms. She is with us and everything is fine.”
Wojnarowski and Brian Windhorst reported on June 23 that Jokic, returning to Serbia during the NBA hiatus, should be authorized “In a week” to travel to Denver.
Under the NBA Returning to the game format, the 22 teams included in the Orlando restart started conducting coronavirus tests on June 22nd and mandatory individual trainings are scheduled to begin on Wednesday.
The teams will travel to Orlando between July 7 and 9, with training camps scheduled from July 9 to 21 before the games start on July 30.
The Nuggets (43-22) will go to restart the NBA as seed n. 3 in the Western Conference.