On Wednesday, the National Basketball Association star's agent, Adam Pensack, told ABC affiliate WXYZ that Wood was "feeling great" and has "fully recovered" since his diagnosis on March 14. He scored a season-high 32 points against the 76ers on March 11, which was right before the National Basketball Association suspended its season due to the coronavirus.
Wood reportedly still has to pass a few medical tests, but is expected to be fully cleared on Thursday.
Wood, 24, played against Utah Jazz players Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell - the first two National Basketball Association players to test positive for the coronavirus - on March 7. Those within the Pistons traveling party are also practicing social distancing to stay safe.
He joined Detroit before the season and is averaging 22.8 points in 13 games since the trade deadline.
The UNLV product had a career-best 32 points against the 76ers on March 11. Two of those cases have come from teams that were directed to immediately self-quarantine following Gobert's positive test.
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