Miami Heat guard Tyler Herro revealed that someone he lives with tested positive for COVID-19 at halftime, according to Tim Reynolds of The Associated Press.
Herro said he isn’t sure about his quarantine status now.
The NBA requires a player to sit out due to contact tracing, so there’s a chance that Herro could miss the team’s next game on Feb. 1 if he’s deemed a close contact.
Herro recently returned to the court after missing seven games due to neck spasms.
The 21-year-old played 40 minutes in the Heat’s 105-104 win tonight against the Sacramento Kings and recorded 15 points, four rebounds, three assists and two blocks.