The coronavirus isn't stopping affecting the NBA and its players. Less than a week after the season was suspended due to Rudy Gobert's testing positive for the COVID-19, we learned that more cases have been discovered.
ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski just revealed four players from the Brooklyn Nets have tested positive for the coronavirus, but the names haven't been revealed yet.
Moreover, the franchise has asked these players to isolate themselves, while notifying the people who were in contact with them to do the same.
Before this, Emmanuel Mudiay, Donovan Mitchell and Christian Wood were the only players infected with the illness, as well as the aforementioned Gobert. It remains to be seen who are these people, but everybody needs to remain at home and be safe.
This situation gets bigger every day and the best way to stop the spread of the illness is to listen to the authorities and practice social distancing as long as necessary.
Kevin Durant is one of the four players who tested positive for coronavirus, according to Shams Charania of The Athletic.