NBA Superstar Kevin Durant tests positive for coronavirus

NBA superstar, Brooklyn Nets’ Kevin Durant has tested positive for coronavirus, he told The Athletic and Stadium tweeted by Shams Charania, March 18.

The ex-Golden State Warriors All-Star is one of the four players tested positive in Brooklyn Nets. Despite the diagnostic, Kevin Durant said he is feeling fine. “Everyone be careful, take care of yourself and quarantine. We’re going to get through this.”

According to ESPN, one of Durant’s teammates has experienced aches morning on Tuesday. All four players are isolated and undergoing medical care, the Brooklyn Nets said. Durant is currently recovering from a torn Achilles but traveled with Nets games.

After learning Nets’ positive test results for coronavirus, the Los Angeles Lakers will be tested according to ESPN’s Dave McMenamin. The Lakers were the last team played with the Nets before the games were suspended.

Durant joins Utah Jazz stars Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell, and Detroit Pistons Christian Wood known tested positive for coronavirus in the NBA.

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Feature photo: Kevin Durant Facebook Page / The Players’ Tribune