The Lakers reportedly had two players test positive for COVID-19, while the 76ers confirmed that three members of the organization have the coronavirus, with all other test results coming back negative. The Nuggets announced one positive test result from their organization, and Celtics guard Marcus Smart also announced that he tested positive, bringing the NBA total to 14 individuals from seven different teams.
On Tuesday, we learned of four players who have tested positive for the illness – all members of the Brooklyn Nets, including former MVP Kevin Durant. Below is a list of players around the league who have been confirmed to be infected with COVID-19:
Members of NBA who tested positive for coronavirus:Rudy Gobert, Utah Jazz – Diagnosis announced on March 11Donovan Mitchell, Utah Jazz – Diagnosis announced on March 12Christian Wood, Detroit Pistons – Diagnosis announced on March 14Kevin Durant, Brooklyn Nets – Diagnosis announced on March 17Three unnamed players, Brooklyn Nets – Diagnosis announced on March 17One unnamed member of organization, Denver Nuggets – Diagnosis announced on March 19Three unnamed members of organization, Philadelphia 76ers – Diagnosis announced on March 19Two unnamed players, Los Angeles Lakers – Diagnosis reported on March 19Marcus Smart, Boston Celtics – Diagnosis announced on March 19.