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NBA announces 16 players tested positive for COVID-19 since Jan. 6 - Sportsnet.ca

NBA announces 16 players tested positive for COVID-19 since Jan. 6 - Sportsnet.ca
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Several games in league have been postponed in the past week due to COVID-19. Earlier Wednesday, the matchup between the Phoenix Suns and Atlanta Hawks became the this week as the Suns deal with contact tracing issues.

New Orleans Pelicans star Zion Williamson will not play on Wednesday against the Los Angeles Clippers in accordance of the league s health and safety protocols.

The Suns, Hawks, Miami Heat, Philadelphia 76ers and Washington Wizards are among the teams that are facing roster issues due to either positive COVID-19 tests and contact tracing for the virus.

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