Great news from the Utah Jazz and the NBA in general; Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell have been cleared from coronavirus. This was one of the most commented topics around the league in recent days, as Gobert testing positive for the COVID-19 led the league to suspend the season.
Mitchell was the second player to test positive for the disease, creating a lot of speculation about his relationship with Gobert. Now, fortunately, both players have been cleared from the virus, according to Shams Charania of The Athletic.
This is something big for the entire NBA world. After Detroit Pistons' Christian Wood was cleared from the virus, now the two Jazz stars have joined that club. We look forward to seeing the rest of the players infected with this disease, including Marcus Smart and Kevin Durant, to get better shortly.