Milwaukee Bucks Shut Down Team Facility After Receiving COVID-19 Results: Report

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The Milwaukee Bucks have shut down their practice facility after receiving the results from a round of COVID-19 tests that occurred on Friday, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

It was not clear if there was more than one positive test.

The Bucks, who have the best record in the NBA at 53-12, are scheduled to head to the NBA bubble in Orlando on Thursday, but the team does not expect to reopen the facilities for workouts prior to that.

Five teams across the league have now had to shut down its facilities in the past week, including the Denver Nuggets, Los Angeles Lakers, Miami Heat and Brooklyn Nets.

The NBA is scheduled to resume on July 30 and hold scrimmages beginning July 22. Coronavirus continues to be a significant concern as cases spike across the country and with several other NBA players recently testing positive.

Many players have already opted not to play for health and safety reasons.

This is a developing story. Check back for more details.

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