As the Chicago Bulls continue dealing with a COVID-19 outbreak among players, the NBA on Monday announced it's postponed the team's next two games.
- The announcement came Monday after Alize Johnson became the 10th Bulls player to enter COVID protocols, leaving the Chicago team with only nine active players. That's just one more than the eight required to man the court.
- The decision tables Tuesday's game against the Detroit Pistons and Thursday's game against the Toronto Raptors, according to the Bulls' schedule. Coach Billy Donovan says "a lot" of the players in quarantine aren't experiencing symptoms. "We do have some guys that have felt under the weather, we have guys that have very, very mild symptoms," he says. "And some guys that just don't have any."
- Should the NBA have postponed games before the virus spread to 10 players?
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