Sources told ESPN that the Philadelphia 76ers vs. Denver Nuggets game will take place on Saturday as scheduled, after the 76ers participated in the investigation.
Sources told ESPN that it is expected that the 76ers will have nine eligible players participating in Saturday’s game, three of whom were agreed to terminate: Joel Embiid, Danny Green and Paul Reid.
Obtaining permission from the health and safety agreement does not guarantee that Embiid will be able to play on Saturday, but he is one of the eight people Philadelphia needs to avoid delays.
The source said, including Tobias Harris (Tobias Harris), Matisse Thybulle (Matisse Thybulle), Shake Milton (Shake Milton) and Vincent Poirier (Vincent Poirier) included Several of the No. 76 explosives are still under health and safety regulations and will continue to be quarantined indefinitely.
The source told ESPN that Saturday afternoon’s game may be the second time in the NBA season that the coronavirus-related game has been postponed due to the fact that about 76ers players are defending Seth Curry, the latter’s response to COVID-1
The source told ESPN’s Ramona Shelburne that the 76ers also tested a staff member positive on Friday.
Denver has its own COVID-19 problem. Sources said the Nuggets did not have talented young forward Michael Porter Jr. to enter Philadelphia last Friday.