48 of the total 546 NBA players that were tested for the coronavirus tested positive.
The league was testing players from November 24 – November 30.
Players are making their way back to their facilities, so it’s not shocking to see a small 9% test positive.
The upcoming NBA season will be a challenge moving forward with the number of coronavirus cases soaring throughout the country, and there’s no bubble this time.
The league will require plenty of restrictions, but it will be nearly impossible to prevent positive tests, which will could lead to players missing games or even games being rescheduled.
Players who have tested positive will now need to go through a 10-12 day quarantine, then post two negative tests within a 48-hour period.