Chicago Bulls players are eligible to clear and play the NBA’s COVID protocol – NBA Sports

Chicago-All Bulls Players will clear the Health and Safety Protocol and will be able to play in the team’s next game. Indiana Pacers,coach Billy Donovan I said on Thursday.

The Bulls had as many as 10 players in the league protocol earlier last week. And that led to the first two postponed games of the NBA this season. Chicago postponed the third match on Wednesday night. Toronto Raptors With enough players in Toronto, the Bulls were given the opportunity to fully recover after the roster was exhausted by COVID-19.

“Herd immunity will come back and hopefully the man won’t fall anymore in the coming months,” Bullsguard said. Zach LaVine I said after practicing on Thursday. “I’m grateful that everyone is okay, the whole family is okay. Now the group as a whole can move on again.”

LaVine rejoined the team for practice on Thursday after completing the required 10-day quarantine. He remained asymptomatic for the duration of the League Protocol, but checked in to a hotel room and isolated him from his wife for a week full of video games and Netflix.

Ravien, who missed 11 games in the league’s health and safety protocol last season, said he was able to maintain his training routine this time and earned £ 6 during quarantine. He returned to court earlier this week for a personalized job.

“It’s frustrating, but it’s the world we live in now,” Ravine said. “Many people and teams are working on it. I am grateful that I missed only two games.”

Devon DotsonEntering the health and safety protocol on Tuesday, did two negative PCR tests in 24 hours and practiced with the team on Thursday.

Ayo Dosunmu, Troy Brown Junior.. , Matt Thomas When Alize Johnson Also cleared to play.

The only player who can’t take part in Chicago’s next game Alex CarusoA person who will be re-evaluated by the team 7-10 days after spraining his left leg during the match on Monday. Derrick Jones Jr... Injured his left hamstring during the match on Sunday.

The Bulls have signed two players-with Ersan Ilyasova Mac McClung -To a 10-day contract through a hardship exception before the match on Wednesday is postponed. According to ESPN’s Bobby Marks, the hardship exception for alternative players ends when a player who has completed the League’s Health and Safety Protocol is medically allowed to play. Players will continue to receive the full 10-day salary.

“We’re starting to get a little more holistic,” Donovan said. “By adding players to the team, we’re going to see what the future roster will look like …. I think there’s not enough space on the roster, and maybe 24 hours later it’s too much. No. Spots on the roster. We need to understand it all. “

– NBA Sports

Chicago Bulls players are eligible to clear and play the NBA’s COVID protocol Chicago Bulls players are eligible to clear and play the NBA’s COVID protocol

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