The NBA received some relatively good news Monday, as the NBA Player's Association announced that just two of the 322 players tested for COVID-19 upon arrival at Disney World failed tests:
With the 2019-20 season slated to start on July 30, this is probably as positive of a development as the NBA could have. With players now isolated from the general public, there is seemingly little risk for a COVID-19 outbreak moving forward.
It should be noted that these figures do not count players that failed COVID-19 tests before entering the bubble, such as former NBA MVP Russell Westbrook of the Houston Rockets.
Additionally, Sacramento Kings' center Richaun Holmes is currently quarantining for a 10-day period after he briefly exited the bubble to pick up food.