The Pistons in Detroit reported that a COVID-19 player has tested positive, only after playing against Utah Jazz–Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell who are also contaminated.
The newest NBA player to check for Coronavirus is Christian Wood, 24. The Detroit Pistons says the player “is isolated and is cared for by team healthcare staff,” and ESPN has provided later reports reporting that the player was actually Christian. The news is coming just days after Utah Jazz played by the Pistons on Saturday, March 7 and Rudy Gobert is now tainted.
Donovan Mitchell. Donovan Mitchell. The Detroit Pistons player who is the new public figure to allegedly check COVID-19 positively has five things to know here.1. He is a native of California. Born on 27 September 1995 in Long Beach, California, Christian Marquis Wood. It began to play basketball at the High School of Los Alamitos and eventually went on to the Knight High School in Palmdale, Calif.
2. He’s Coronavirus ‘ third NBA star. Just days after Utah Jazz stars Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell checked also, Christian’s diagnosis reported comes positive. The two people at Detroit’s Little Caesars Arena were played by Christian on Saturday, March 7. Rudy’s diagnosis led the NBA to suspend the season, after agreeing initially to drill in front of it without any stadium fans. Star Steph Curry of Golden State Warriors was also tested to show signs of Coronavirus, but he was shown to suffer a common cold.
3. Christian was playing college basketball. Christian has played the sport beyond high school as well as a team member from 2013 to 2015 at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. The 6’10”-star was remarkable, receiving an average of 15.7 points as a college sophomore and winning the All-Mount West honours.
4. He had a season of work. Christian was productive in his piston season with an average of 13.1 points and a 6.3 rebounds per game. At the end of this season, the star will also be a free agent, allowing him to change teams, the New York Post says.
5. He was a huge Kobe Bryant fan. Like many other now-NBA stars, Christian grew up wanting to be just like Kobe. The Detroit Pistons star was deeply affected by his tragic death in January, and took to social media to express his feelings. “My Childhood Hero 8.24???,” he sweetly captioned a black-and-white image of his Pistons jersey donning Kobe’s last name and iconic #24.
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