Houston Rockets star Russell Westbrook He announced on Twitter on Monday that he was positive for COVID-19. ”Data-reactid =“ 16”> Houston Rockets star Russell Westbrook (Russell Westbrook) announced on Twitter on Monday that he had a positive reaction to COVID-19.
Westbrook said that before the Rockets left Orlando for the NBA to restart, his test was positive, which means he could not go to Disney with the team. Rocket coach Mike D’Antoni told reporters on Sunday night that he wanted Westbrook to arrive and join the team midway through the week.
Rockets coach Mike D’Antoni said he hopes James Harden, Russell Westbrook and Luc Mbah a Moute will be available this week Join the team in the middle. The training camp in Houston will be a major event.
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It is unclear whether D’Antoni knew his diagnosis of COVID-19 before arriving at Brooke before making an estimate about arriving at Brooke, and it is not yet possible to determine the current timetable for arriving at Brooke. The Rockets are currently ranked sixth in the Western Conference, and won a playoff seat.
Westbrook is currently being isolated, but without any symptoms. He encouraged everyone to take the corona virus seriously and cover it up.