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Cavs’ Larry Nance Jr. is spot-on in thanking heroes at Cleveland Clinic

As we all are well-aware of at this point, the novel coronavirus pandemic is something that has had a profound impact across the globe. In terms of a basketball perspective, the first player/member of NBA personnel to test positive for COVID-19 was Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert and following that diagnosis, the NBA suspended its 2019-20 season for the Cleveland Cavaliers and other teams, and it’s on hiatus until further notice.

As far as recent updates on other NBA players/team personnel that tested positive for COVID-19/when the season could potentially resume, you can view those here.