The Nets coronavirus predicament retains obtaining even worse.
DeAndre Jordan joined Spencer Dinwiddie as the newest Brooklyn gamers to announce Monday that they analyzed good for COVID-19. Jordan explained he will not be attending the NBA’s July restart in Orlando, when Dinwiddie’s standing continues to be unclear.
“Found out final evening and confirmed once more these days that I’ve analyzed beneficial for Covid even though being again in sector,” Jordan tweeted Monday night. “As a consequence of this, I will not be in Orlando for the resumption of the time.”
The 31-calendar year-outdated Jordan did not say if he – like Dinwiddie — is dealing with coronavirus indicators.
He joins a significant contingent of Nets who will not be at Disney’s Vast Environment of Sports activities when the NBA time is expected to resume on July 31. Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving and Nic Claxton will all miss out on it mainly because of injuries and Wilson Chandler has opted out since of coronavirus issues.
If Dinwiddie, 27, and Jordan the two skip the restart, the Nets will be combating for a playoff location without their starting stage guard and heart. Jordan commenced over Jarrett Allen in the Nets final two game titles right before the NBA time went on pause owing to the pandemic.
Jordan was averaging 8.3 factors and 10 rebounds in 22 minutes for every game when the period stopped.