Monday’s Detroit Pistons- Denver Nuggets match was postponed minutes before its scheduled 9 p.m. ET suggestion at Ball Arena because of contact tracing over the Pistons, the NBA announced.
Detroit returned a positive/inconclusive coronavirus evaluation on a participant, sources told ESPN’s, Adrian Wojnarowski. The Pistons were seeing a pregame picture when they heard of this postponement.
The NBA recently chose to postpone games at the situation of one test coming back maybe favourable.
The Pistons have matches scheduled from the Jazz (Tuesday), Suns (Friday) and Lakers (Saturday).
The group stayed in Denver, retesting players following Monday’s postponement, but has been set to leave for Salt Lake City and will have the ability to confront the Jazz on Tuesday, sources told ESPN.
Monday’s match was set to indicate the return of two prior Nuggets — Jerami Grant and Mason Plumlee. Denver’s players can be seen talking to embracing their former teammates during pregame warm-ups.
This is the 23rd game postponed because of COVID-19 that NBA season.