List of NBA Players to Test Positive for Coronavirus

by June 25, 2020
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Nikola Jokic of the Denver Nuggets

A number of NBA players and individuals associated with the league have tested positive for coronavirus. The list of known cases is surely to grow as more cases are identified and addressed ahead of the league’s scheduled resumption of play in July.

Below is a complete account of confirmed cases where specific players have been reported to have tested positive for COVID-19. Additional instances where cases of the illness were reported can be found at the bottom of this post.

NBA Players Positive For Coronavirus

PlayerReported
Rudy Gobert (UTA)Mar. 11 (story)
Donovan Mitchell (UTA)Mar. 12 (story)
Christian Wood (DET)Mar. 14 (story)
Kevin Durant (BRO)Mar. 17 (story)
Marcus Smart (BOS)Mar. 19 (story)
Nikola Jokic (DEN)Jun. 23 (story)
Malcolm Brogdon (IND)Jun. 24 (story)
Jabari Parker (SAC)Jun. 24 (story)
Buddy Hield (SAC)Jun. 24 (story)
Alex Len (SAC)Jun. 24 (tweet)
Derrick Jones Jr. (MIA)Jun. 25 (tweet)
Spencer Dinwiddie (BRO)Jun. 29 (story)
DeAndre Jordan (BRO)Jun. 29 (story)
Landry Shamet (LAC)Jul. 4 (story)
Taurean Prince (BRO)Jul. 7 (story)
Thomas Bryant (WAS)Jul. 10 (story)
Gary Payton II (WAS)Jul. 10 (story)

Additional Coronavirus Cases In NBA

TeamReported
4* Nets PlayersMar. 17 (story)
2 Lakers PlayersMar. 19 (story)
3 76ers Org. MembersMar. 19 (tweet)
Doris BurkeMar. 27 (tweet)
James DolanMar. 28 (story)
Michael MaloneJun. 15 (tweet)
2 Suns PlayersJun. 23 (story)
4 West Conf. PlayersJun. 23 (tweet)
16 of 302 Players**Jun. 26 (story)
3 Pelicans PlayersJun. 30 (tweet)
9 of 344 Players***Jul. 2 (story)
3 Heat Players****Jul. 4 (tweet)

*One presumed to be Durant
** Tested June 23, 2020
*** Tested June 24-29, 2020
**** One presumed to be Jones Jr.

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