Jabari Parker seen playing tennis after a positive coronavirus test

Did Kings’ Jabari Parker just break NBA protocol after testing positive for COVID-19? | The Sacramento Bee

Jabari Parker just told the world he'd contracted coronavirus - and less than 3 days later, the guy doesn't appear to be in isolation ... but rather, he's playing tennis in public.

TMZ posted pair of photographs exhibiting Parker participating in tennis with out a mask, and mentioned the pictures were taken before that working day.

According to some sources, a few days ago, Jabari Parker was also spotted in a restaurant in California.

While it is unknown exactly when Parker tested positive or the current status of his recovery, the club released a statement to the Sacramento Bee on Saturday after the TMZ report surfaced. The league requires players to refrain from physical activity for 14 days following a positive test.

As we reported earlier, the coronavirus was discovered not only Alexei Lana and Jabari Parker, but another basketball "Sacramento kings" - Bahamian defender Californians buddy heald.

He added he planned to join his teammates next month at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Disney World, Orlando, when the National Basketball Association season resumes.


Note, the command of Alexei Lana got a list of the 13 clubs in the Western conference, who will participate in the restart of the season in the National Basketball Association.

Parker, 25, mentioned in a assertion Wednesday he tested beneficial for COVID-19 "several times ago" and that he was isolating in Chicago.

Parker's team-mate Alex Len also announced Wednesday that he, too, had tested positive for the virus.

The NBA announced Friday that 16 out of 302 tested positive for COVID-19 when tests were given out last week.

Groups will commence arriving in Florida for instruction camp by July 11, and the year will resume July 30.

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