Bucks’ facilities to stay closed until team goes to Orlando


As the National Basketball Association begins welcoming teams to ESPN Wide of Sports Complex near Orlando this week for the resumption of the 2019-20 season, the league has reportedly set the protocols for players unable to travel with the rest of their team.

Action 2 News has learned the Milwaukee Bucks have shut down the team's practice facility.

The Milwaukee Bucks are the latest team to close their facilities after getting COVID-19 test results back, ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reports.

The Athletic first reported that the Kings were closing their practice facility. Once the league has assembled there, all will isolate until they test negative for coronavirus on consecutive days.

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The first scrimmage game for the Bucks in Orlando is scheduled on July 23rd against the San Antonio Spurs.

This past week, the Denver Nuggets, Miami Heat, Los Angeles Clippers, Phoenix Suns and Brooklyn Nets were forced to the same course of action due to one or more positive coronavirus tests.

The Kings are the second team reportedly to shut their facility down Sunday.