PHILADELPHIA – The Sixers’ roster has been thrown into doubt after guard Seth Curry reportedly tested positive for the coronavirus.
Curry’s reported positive COVID-19 test means the Sixers will be without the guard for some time.
The 76ers are expected to have multiple players miss time due to contact tracing and are still awaiting results of today’s coronavirus testing, sources tell ESPN. Those players were in close contact with Seth Curry, who sources say returned a positive test on Thursday.
A player must:
Go 10 days or more after the first positive test or onset of symptoms, or test negative twice at least 24 hours apart via PCR testing Or any player who tests positive, even if asymptomatic, will not be allowed to exercise for a minimum of 10 days.