Friday’s game between the Suns and Warriors has already been postponed, and Saturday’s matchup between the Suns and Pacers will also be played on a later date. There are no reports of anyone on the Suns testing positive for COVID-19, but they will reportedly not be able to meet the required minimum of eight players. The Suns did play the Wizards on Monday, and they are a team that has struggled with the virus recently. The Suns are still in the process of contract tracing, and the league clearly doesn’t want them to take the court at the moment.
The league recently announced stricter health and safety protocols to try to deal with the growing number of COVID-19 cases throughout the league. This game being postponed brings the total to 10 postponed games this season.
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