NBA COVID trackers: Celtics’ Jayson Tatum, Warriors’ Draymond Green, Heat’s Kyle Lowry enter protocols

More than 100 players are currently using the NBA’s COVID-19 health and safety protocols, and the surge in cases has resulted in several games being postponed this month. The number has turned to nine after the tournament was postponed game between brooklyn network and Portland Trail Blazers, originally scheduled for last Thursdayand the game between Chicago Bulls and Toronto Raptors, originally scheduled for Wednesday. Brooklyn and Toronto are both dealing with outbreaks, and even with 10-day contract reinforcements, could not reach the minimum of eight players available by league rules.

In an effort to limit the delay, the league and the National Basketball Players Association have reported to agree for the new rules on signing substitute players and both sides have also agreed stricter temporal protocols require more testing and stricter mask requirements from December 26 to January 8, according to ESPN and The Athletic.

On Monday, Celtics forward Jayson Tatum became the latest star player to join the protocols. Heat’s Kyle Lowry and Warriors’ Draymond Green joined protocols over the weekend. Last week, Karl-Anthony Towns of the Minnesota Timberwolves, Bradley Beal of the Washington Wizards and Luka Doncic of the Dallas Mavericks have landed in the protocol.

James Harden are among six Nets that have removed the protocol recently. Going into their Christmas Day game against the Lakers, however, they still have seven players in their protocols, including the stars. Kevin Durant and unvaccinated people Kyrie Irving, who will rejoin the team when he is removed but will not be allowed to play the game in New York or Toronto.

The Celtics, meanwhile, have nine players in the protocols for their Christmas game against the Milwaukee Bucks, and recently cleared Al Horford missed that game so he could adjust faster. Milwaukee’s Giannis Antetokounmpo, Bobby Portis and Donte DiVincenzo are all available to play against Boston, having cleared recent protocols.

Matches postponed for the 2021-22 season

NBA and NBPA are said to be close to reaching an agreement that would allow some players (asymptomatic, non-contagious) to delete the protocols as soon as six days after they tested positive. According to current protocols, if any player tests positive for COVID-19, he must be isolated immediately until the end of that 10-day test or the onset of symptoms. symptoms, or until testing negative on two PCR tests 24 hours apart.

Unvaccinated players must undergo health and safety procedures if they are found to be close contacts of someone who has tested positive. As of December 17, players who have not received the enhanced footage have been subject to tighter restrictions, including a game-day test.

Lakers coach Frank Vogel. Indiana Pacers coach Rick Carlisle and Bulls coach Billy Donovan are also on the schemes. Raptors president Masai Ujiri joined the protocols on December 9. Kings coach Alvin Gentry was also on the list, but has since been removed and plans to return to action on Sunday, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

Toronto announced on December 15 that it will play home games at 50% capacity, and the policy goes into effect on December 18 for Golden Empire Warriors. No difference NBA team took such a measure this season.

Below is a regularly updated list of each team’s players in accordance with health and safety regulations, along with the dates they joined:

Players in health and safety protocols

Atlanta Hawks

  • Jalen Johnson (December 26)
  • John Collins (December 26)
  • Wes Iwundu (December 24)
  • Sharife Cooper (December 23)
  • Kevin Huerter (December 22)
  • Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot (December 22)
  • Lou Williams (December 22)
  • Danilo Gallinari (December 21)
  • Trae Young (December 19)

Boston Celtics

  • Jayson Tatum (December 27)
  • Dennis Schroder (December 25)
  • Bruno Fernando (December 24)
  • Justin Jackson (December 24)
  • CJ Miles (December 24)
  • Aaron Nesmith (December 24)
  • Enes Kanter Freedom (December 23)
  • Josh Richardson (December 19)
  • Sam Hauser (December 17)
  • Grant Williams (December 17)

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  • Kessler Edwards (December 23)
  • Orange Thomas (December 23)
  • David Duke Jr. (December 23)
  • Kevin Durant (December 18)
  • Kyrie Irving (December 18)
  • Day’Ron Sharpe (December 18)
  • LaMarcus Aldridge (December 14)

Charlotte Hornets

  • Mile Bridge (December 26)
  • PJ Washington (December 26)
  • Cody Martin (December 19)

Chicago Bulls

Cleveland Cavaliers

  • Ed Davis (December 21)
  • Jarrett Allen (December 19)
  • RJ Nembhard (December 19)
  • Lamar Stevens (December 19)
  • Denzel Valentine (December 19)
  • Dylan Windler (December 19)
  • Evan Mobley (December 18)
  • Isaac Okoro (December 16)

Dallas Mavericks

  • Luka Doncic (December 22)
  • Trey Burke (December 22)
  • Tim Hardaway Jr. (December 21)
  • Maxi Kleber (December 20)
  • Reggie Bullock (December 18)

Denver Nuggets

  • Bol Bol (December 17)
  • Michael Porter Jr. (December 17)

Detroit Pistons

  • Killian Hayes (December 23)
  • Saben Lee (December 23)
  • Rodney McGruder (December 23)
  • Isaiah Stewart (December 23)
  • Cade Cunningham (December 22)

Golden Empire Warriors

  • Draymond Green (December 26)
  • Moses Moody (December 24)
  • Damion Lee (December 22)
  • Andrew Wiggins (December 19)
  • Jordan Poole (December 17)

Los Angeles Clippers

  • Reggie Jackson (December 22)
  • Marcus Morris Sr. (December 18)

Los Angeles Lakers

  • Rajon Rondo (December 26)
  • Trevor Ariza (December 23)
  • Kent Bazemore (December 19)
  • Austin Reaves (December 17)

Memphis Grizzlies

  • Jarrett Culver (December 23)
  • Ziaire Williams (December 19)

Miami Heat

Milwaukee Bucks

  • JaQuori McLaughlin (December 23)

Minnesota Timberwolves

  • D’Angelo Russell (December 25)
  • The town of Karl-Anthony (December 23)
  • McKinley Wright IV (December 23)
  • Patrick Beverley (December 20)
  • Jarred Vanderbilt (December 20)
  • Josh Okogie (December 19)
  • Anthony Edwards (December 17)
  • Prince Taurean (December 17)

New Orleans Pelicans

  • Nickeil Alexander-Walker (December 23)
  • Naji Marshall (December 23)

New York Knicks

  • Jericho Sims (December 25)
  • Nerlens Noel (December 22)
  • Miles McBride (December 18)

Orlando Magic

  • Mychal Mulder (December 22)
  • Mo Bamba (December 17)
  • Terrence Ross (December 17)
  • Moe Wagner (December 17)
  • Ignas Brazdeikis (December 16)

Philadelphia 76ers

  • Danny Green (December 22)
  • Andre Drummond (December 19)
  • Shake Milton (December 19)
  • Georges Niang (December 15)

Phoenix Suns

  • Jae Crowder (December 26)
  • Elfrid Payton (December 26)

Portland Trail Blazers

  • Jusuf Nurkic (December 26)
  • Cody Zeller (December 26)
  • Robert Covington (December 25)
  • Ben McLemore (December 25)
  • Keljin Blevins (December 25)
  • Dennis Smith Jr. (December 24th)
  • Trendon Watford (December 24)

Sacramento Kings

  • Neemias Queta (December 21)
  • David Mitchell (December 17)
  • De’Aaron Fox (December 16)
  • Louis King (December 16)
  • Alex Len (December 16)
  • Marvin Bagley III (December 15)
  • Terence Davis (December 15)

San Antonio Spurs

  • Dejounte Murray (December 26)

Toronto Raptors

  • OG Anunoby (December 22)
  • Fred VanVleet (December 21)
  • Precious Achiuwa (December 21)
  • Scottie Barnes (December 21)
  • Malachi Flynn (December 21)
  • Gary Trent Jr. (December 20)
  • Dalano Banton (December 18)
  • Pascal Siakam (December 18)

Washington Wizards

  • Bradley Beal (December 23)
  • Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (December 21) NBA COVID trackers: Celtics’ Jayson Tatum, Warriors’ Draymond Green, Heat’s Kyle Lowry enter protocols

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