According to multiple reports, the Kings canceled their Tuesday practice and have “growing concerns” about a possible outbreak amongst players and coaches postponing their game against the Grizzlies on Friday.
Sources: The Sacramento Kings are having a COVID-19 outbreak of multiple positive tests among players and staffers, including Marvin Bagley, Alvin Gentry — with potentially multiple additional players and staff entering protocols. There are some symptomatic cases.— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) December 16, 2021
After Coach Alvin Gentry tested positive on Wednesday, Marvin Bagley III and Terrance Davis reportedly entered health and safety protocols the same day with Bagley testing positive. It’s been reported that multiple unnamed teammates and staff members. However, those cases have been reported to be symptomatic cases. Both Gentry and Bagley missed the Kings’ 119-105 win over the Wizards.
League rules state that players who test positive for COVID-19 must register two negative tests 24 hours apart to return to team activities. The Kings are 12-17 and 5-6 under Gentry, who took over for Luke Walton midway through the season.