Ivica Zubac revealed he was previously diagnosed with the coronavirus. The Los Angeles Clippers center described his experience, as he tested positive the week before the 4th of July.
Zubac said he felt a little tired for 2-3 days without experiencing any other serious symptoms. The Cliippers are getting used to playing basketball again, without key players at their disposal.
In particular, Montrezl Harrell’s status is not known yet, while Lou Williams is going to be in 10-day quarantine, after not aligning with the NBA campus protocol.
Also, Patrick Beverley returned in the bubble, while Landry Shamet could potentially miss the start of the season, after testing positive for COVID-19.
With all those absences, Zubac is going to get even more playtime, especially if Harrell is not available.
The Croatian international averages 8.0 points, 7.2 rebounds and 0.9 blocks in 18.1 minutes per game this season.