The players on the Philadelphia 76ers were tested on Monday for COVID-19, several sources told Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer.
The tests for the players came two days after it was announced that Christian Wood of the Detroit Pistons tested positive for the virus. The 76ers played the Pistons on March 11. Wood left the arena wearing a mask after that game.
The 76ers announced last Thursday that it was arranging tests for players and staff who recently came in contact with players who tested positive for COVID-19. There are some members of the 76ers staff who are still waiting to be tested.