Famous NBA reporter Woj revealed that Jokic was diagnosed
On June 24, ACCORDING to the media in the United States, Nikolai Jokic, a Serbian basketball star and NBA Denver nuggets player, had tested positive for avirus and was undergoing treatment in isolation in Serbia.
On the same day, tennis star Djokovic, also from Serbia, was diagnosed with avirus from novel Coronavirus.
Both had recently attended a charity tennis match in Belgrade, The Serbian capital, and had been in close contact, without wearing masks.
However, it is not clear that there is a direct correlation between almost simultaneous diagnosis.
Novel Coronavirus infected with the virus that infected a number of participating tennis stars and sports stars in a charity tennis show held by Djokovic is reported to have caused a public apology by Djokovic after his diagnosis.
According to the NBA rematch plan, foreign players currently abroad must report back to their teams and be tested by Coronavirus on June 15.
Jokic has taken a leave of absence from the team to postpone his return to the United States.
According to the Alliance, Jokic must return from Serbia to the United States after two novel Coronavirus tests were negative 24 hours apart.
When he arrived in Denver, he had to be tested again for the virus.
In the regular season, Jokic averaged 20.2 points, 10.2 rebounds, 6.9 assists, 1.2 steals and 0.7 blocks in 32.3 minutes.
The Nuggets are 43-22, third in the Western Conference behind the Lakers and clippers.
Jokic lost 40 pounds during NBA suspension and appeared ready to play again, but was diagnosed with avirus that could affect the Nuggets’ encore plans.
In addition to Jokic, Nuggets coach Michael Malone previously revealed that he was infected with avirus from novel Coronavirus.