NBA COVID tracker: Knicks’ Julius Randle, Clippers coach Tyronn Lue in effectively being and safety protocols

NBA COVID tracker: Knicks’ Julius Randle, Clippers coach Tyronn Lue in effectively being and safety protocols

With the omicron variant working rampant, NBA rosters are in flux. Among the many gamers to enter the league’s COVID-19 effectively being and safety protocols honest as of late are Fresh York Knicks forward Julius Randle, Boston Celtics forward Jayson Tatum and Golden Enlighten Warriors forward Draymond Inexperienced. In linked news, since Dec. 26, tighter protocols — stricter conceal necessities, elevated checking out — have been in have. These principles will doubtless be in space till Jan. 8. 

But every other change: Some gamers can now particular effectively being and safety protocols and return to play as soon as five days after checking out particular, supplied that they are asymptomatic, vaccinated and doubtless no longer contagious (i.e. their cycle threshold is above 30).

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Between the tweaked return-to-play policy and the contemporary rule mandating teams to use hardship exceptions when a pair of gamers are in protocols, the NBA is aiming to steer clear of suspending games. Despite this, Thursday’s scheduled game between the Golden Enlighten Warriors and Denver Nuggets became as soon as postponed on account of Denver did not have the specified eight gamers. 

There have been 11 postponements this season:

  • Golden Enlighten Warriors at Denver Nuggets (initially scheduled for Dec. 30)
  • Miami Heat at San Antonio Spurs (Dec. 29)
  • Brooklyn Nets at Portland Path Blazers (Dec. 23)
  • Toronto Raptors at Chicago Bulls (Dec. 22)
  • Washington Wizards at Brooklyn Nets (Dec. 21)
  • Orlando Magic at Toronto Raptors (Dec. 20)
  • Fresh Orleans Pelicans at Philadelphia 76ers (Dec. 19)
  • Denver Nuggets at Brooklyn Nets (Dec. 19)
  • Cleveland Cavaliers at Atlanta Hawks (Dec. 19)
  • Chicago Bulls at Toronto Raptors (Dec. 16)
  • Detroit Pistons at Chicago Bulls (Dec. 14)

Seven coaches are in effectively being and safety protocols: Tyronn Lue (Los Angeles Clippers), Doc Rivers (Philadelphia), Michael Malone (Denver), Mark Daigneault (Oklahoma Metropolis Bid), Monty Williams (Phoenix Suns), Chauncey Billups (Portland), and Billy Donovan (Chicago). Three more coaches — Rick Carlisle (Indiana Pacers) and Alvin Gentry (Sacramento Kings) and Frank Vogel (Los Angeles Lakers) — cleared protocols in December.  

The Raptors, who performed two contemporary home games at 50% ability, can allow no bigger than 1,000 americans to enter Scotiabank Enviornment as of Dec. 31, per a provincial mandate. They canceled all tickets for his or her Fresh Year’s Eve game against the Clippers and performed in a virtually about empty enviornment. The team expects the limit to be in space for the subsequent three weeks.

Below is an incessantly up up to now, team-by-team list of gamers in effectively being and safety protocols, along with the date (or, in some situations, the approximate date) they entered:

Gamers in effectively being and safety protocols

Atlanta Hawks

  • Bogdan Bogdanovic (Dec. 28)
  • Gorgui Dieng (Dec. 28)
  • Malik Ellison (Dec. 28)
  • Delon Wright (Dec. 27)
  • Jalen Johnson (Dec. 26)
  • John Collins (Dec. 26)
  • Onyeka Okongwu (Dec. 25)
  • Sharife Cooper (Dec. 23)
  • Kevin Huerter (Dec. 22)
  • Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot (Dec. 22)
  • Danilo Gallinari (Dec. 21)

Boston Celtics

  • Jayson Tatum (Dec. 27)
  • Dennis Schroder (Dec. 25)
  • Bruno Fernando (Dec. 24)
  • Aaron Nesmith (Dec. 24)
  • Enes Kanter Freedom (Dec. 23)

Charlotte Hornets

  • Scottie Lewis (Dec. 27)
  • Miles Bridges (Dec. 26)
  • PJ Washington (Dec. 26)

Chicago Bulls

  • Marko Simonovic (Dec. 29)
  • Tony Bradley (Dec. 26)

Cleveland Cavaliers

  • Darius Garland (Dec. 28)
  • Cedi Osman (Dec. 25)

Dallas Mavericks

  • Isaiah Thomas (Dec. 30)
  • Brandon Knight (Dec. 29)
  • Boban Marjanovic (Dec. 29)
  • JaQuori McLaughlin (Dec. 23)
  • Luka Doncic (Dec. 22)
  • Trey Burke (Dec. 22)
  • Tim Hardaway Jr. (Dec. 21)
  • Maxi Kleber (Dec. 20)

Denver Nuggets

  • Monte Morris (Dec. 31)
  • Jeff Inexperienced (Dec. 30)
  • Bones Hyland (Dec. 30)
  • Zeke Nnaji (Dec. 30)

Detroit Pistons

  • Isaiah Stewart (Dec. 23)

Golden Enlighten Warriors

  • James Wiseman (Dec. 29)
  • Draymond Inexperienced (Dec. 26)
  • Damion Lee (Dec. 22)

Houston Rockets

  • DeJon Jarreau (Dec. 30)
  • D.J. Augustin (Dec. 26)
  • Garrison Mathews (Dec. 26)

Indiana Pacers

  • Kelan Martin (Dec. 31)
  • Malcolm Brogdon (Dec. 30)
  • Chris Duarte (Dec. 30)
  • Isaiah Jackson (Dec. 30)
  • Jeremy Lamb (Dec. 29)

Los Angeles Clippers

  • Ivica Zubac (Dec. 30)
  • Brandon Boston Jr. (Dec. 29)
  • Jay Scrubb (Dec. 26)

Los Angeles Lakers

  • Rajon Rondo (Dec. 26)

Memphis Grizzlies

  • Shaq Buchanan (Dec. 31)
  • Xavier Tillman (Dec. 30)
  • John Konchar (Dec. 28)
  • Dillon Brooks (Dec. 26)
  • De’Anthony Melton (Dec. 26)
  • Jarrett Culver (Dec. 23)

Miami Heat

  • Marcus Garrett (Dec. 30)
  • Duncan Robinson (Dec. 30)
  • Max Strus (Dec. 29)
  • P.J. Tucker (Dec. 29)
  • Gabe Vincent (Dec. 29)
  • Udonis Haslem (Dec. 28)

Milwaukee Bucks

  • Semi Ojeleye (Dec. 30)

Minnesota Timberwolves

  • D’Angelo Russell (Dec. 25)
  • Karl-Anthony Cities (Dec. 23)
  • McKinley Wright IV (Dec. 23)

Fresh Orleans Pelicans

  • Jonas Valanciunas (Dec. 31)

Fresh York Knicks

  • Julius Randle (Dec. 30)
  • Wayne Selden (Dec. 28)
  • Jericho Sims (Dec. 25)
  • Nerlens Noel (Dec. 22)

Oklahoma Metropolis Bid

  • Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (Jan. 1)
  • Jeremiah Robinson-Earl (Dec. 27)
  • Aaron Wiggins (Dec. 27)
  • Darius Bazley (Dec. 26)

Orlando Magic

  • Markelle Fultz (Jan. 1)
  • Robin Lopez (Dec. 30)
  • Hassani Gravett (Dec. 28)
  • Chuma Okeke (Dec. 26)

Philadelphia 76ers

  • Myles Powell (Dec. 30)
  • Danny Inexperienced (Dec. 22)

Phoenix Suns

  • JaVale McGee (Dec. 30)
  • Abdel Nader (Dec. 29)
  • Deandre Ayton (Dec. 27)
  • Jae Crowder (Dec. 26)

Portland Path Blazers

  • Anfernee Simons (Dec. 30)
  • Brandon Williams (Dec. 30)
  • Jusuf Nurkic (Dec. 26)
  • Cody Zeller (Dec. 26)
  • Robert Covington (Dec. 25)
  • Keljin Blevins (Dec. 25)
  • Trendon Watford (Dec. 24)

San Antonio Spurs

  • Doug McDermott (Jan. 1)
  • Lonnie Walker (Jan. 1)
  • Devontae Cacok (Dec. 29)

Toronto Raptors

  • Isaac Bonga (Dec. 25)

Washington Wizards

  • Brad Wanamaker (Dec. 31)
  • Spencer Dinwiddie (Dec. 30)
  • Rui Hachimura (Dec. 28)
  • Montrezl Harrell (Dec. 28)
  • Thomas Bryant (Dec. 27)
  • Aaron Holiday (Dec. 27)
  • Raul Neto (Dec. 26)
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