The NBA is unable to test every player currently in the league for COVID-19, according to sources that spoke with Sam Amick of The Athletic.

A test of every player would give the NBA a medical baseline from which to work moving forward in hopes of resuming play at some point after the current 30-day minimum suspension of the league.

COVID-19 tests have been extremely difficult to come by at this point, but the entire contingent with the Utah Jazz totaling 58 were tested on Wednesday in Oklahoma City. Of the 58 tests, only Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell tested positive at this time.