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The Sacramento Kings become the latest NBA team to shut down their facility

The Sacramento Kings became the 7th NBA team to shut down their facility, after a positive coronavirus test, per Sam Amick of The Athletic.

The Kings’ players will miss a few work-out days, as the team will travel to Orlando on Wednesday. Upon arrival, players are quarantined in their hotel rooms until they test negative on two coronavirus tests 24 hours apart.

Although the Kings arrive in Orlando 3.5 games back of Memphis for the eighth seed and the final playoff spot, they considered a long-shot to enter the post-season.

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Social media manager and contributor in Talkbasket.net. A basketball fan of the NBA and what it represents as a league. Worked for a while in Greek media and websites.
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