Pacers guard Malcolm Brogdon stated Wednesday he examined optimistic for the coronavirus.
In his first season with the Pacers after arriving from the Bucks, the 27-year-old Brogdon is averaging 16.three factors and a team-high 7.1 assists in 48 video games.
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“I just lately examined optimistic for the Covid virus and am presently in quarantine,” he stated in a assertion. “I am doing properly, feeling properly and progressing properly. I plan to hitch my team-mates in Orlando for the resumption of the NBA season and playoffs.”
Brogdon was poised to play upon the season’s resumption after recovering from leg and hip accidents that sidelined him for Indiana’s remaining three video games earlier than the NBA season was halted.
The Pacers (39-26) had been in charge of the Japanese Convention’s fifth seed when the season went on pause on March 11 as a result of coronavirus pandemic. They are going to be one of many 22 NBA groups set for the restart on the bubble at Walt Disney World in July.