Philadelphia 76ers Lifeguard Seth Carey He retook a positive coronavirus test, which the team learned near the start of their 122-109 loss to the Nets in Brooklyn Thursday night, sources told ESPN.
Sources said the Sixers would stay overnight in New York and begin tracking the call on Friday morning. The team will run a new round of testing on Friday in accordance with NBA’s health and safety protocols.
Sources said Curry, who sat in Thursday’s match with left ankle pain, spent the first quarter on the bench before the Sixers were notified of a positive test. He wears a mask and sits next to assistant coach Sam Cassel and center Joel Embiid.
Then Curry left the court area and headed into seclusion. He left Barclays separately from the team.
Embed, who has a 3-month-old son, told ESPN that he plans to self-quarantine his family so that he will be satisfied that he has not contracted the virus.
On Saturday, Philadelphia is set to play at home against the Denver Nuggets.
Sixers coach Doc Rivers, who is Curry’s father-in-law, said before Thursday’s game that Curry had an ankle injury late in Philadelphia’s 141-136 win over the Washington Wizards on Wednesday night, with Curry scoring 28 points to 11-to-1. – 14 shots in 36 minutes.
Rivers said he had “no idea” when Curry was injured. Milton shook He started his place against the net.
“I know he was in the game [Wednesday] Rivers said … I think somewhere in the fourth quarter late. “But as much as he will be outside, my guess is day in and day out. I don’t think it’s a serious injury, but it’s the right thing to do.”
Looks like Carrie is seated in the front row of the seat at the start of the Thursday night game, seated next to Castle and two seats from the Backup Center. Dwight Howard, Until the veteran big guy lay down on the baseline to stretch before entering the game.
When Embiid headed to the bench with 3 minutes left, 5 seconds left in the first quarter, he sat straight to the left of Curry, where he stayed for the rest of the first quarter.
At the start of the second quarter, Empiide was still in his seat and Cassel was still in place, but the seat that Carrey was occupied was empty. And it looked like that for the rest of the match.
Ramona Shelburne of ESPN and Tim Pontmbs contributed to this report.