Landry Shamet tested positive to the swab!



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Landry Shamet tested positive to the swab!

Another NBA player was found positive for Coronavirus: this is Landry Shamet, the Los Angeles Clippers' shooting guard who therefore will not leave with his teammates for Disney Wolrd, in Orlando, Florida, where the various teams will arrive between 7 and 9 July 2020.

However, Shamet will be able to reach his companions by traveling independently once he is healed, that is, after having tested negative for three swabs.

The stars who won't be at Disney World

There are other stars who will not be in Orlando for several reasons.

Victor Oladipo said: "The decision destroys me. I feel I am at a very good point with my rehabilitation, getting closer and closer to 100%. But with all the variables that are there, from how I will manage to rebuilding the workload to play five against five, at the risk of muscle injuries that could delay my rehabilitation.

As well as the insecurity of the situation in the bubble, I cannot mentally feel comfortable playing. my decision was not an easy one, but I really think the right choice is to continue working on the path I am taking, and to find myself completely and healthy for 2020-21.

" Also Gordon Hayward of the Boston Celtics has already announced that in September he will leave the Disney World bubble in Orlando, Florida, to stay close to his wife Robyn, on the occasion of the birth of the fourth child: "The decision is simple: I was present at the birth of all my daughters, there are more important things in life.

I know that the NBA has a protocol for events like this, so I hope to be able to observe the quarantine and the tests in the right times, to be able to get back on time with my teammates. In this stressful period she was incredible.

Robyn took care of our daughters and same time as I was trying to stay fit for the season. All while pregnant. Leaving my girls is going to be really hard and sad for me. By now they're big enough to figure out what's going on and that I'm going to have to stay away for a while.

But the opportunity to play for the title is something every player wants to do: we want to go to Orlando and finish what we've worked for all year, "he said. Utah Jazz's Mike Conley is also in a similar situation, whose son is expected to be born on August 27th.

The schedule calls for the playoffs to begin on August 17th for the first round, so it's possible that Conley may miss the final games of the series, in which the Utah Jazz will be engaged.