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Celtics' Smart says he's cleared of coronavirus
Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart, who tested positive for COVID-19 two weeks ago, has been cleared by the Massachusetts Department of Health, he announced Sunday on social media.[read more]

Marbury trying to get masks from China for N.Y.
Former NBA star Stephon Marbury, who now coaches in China, is trying to broker a deal for 10 million medical masks to be sold to New York by a Chinese company.[read more]

O.J. Mayo set to join Chinese league powerhouse
Former NBA guard O.J. Mayo is close to joining the Chinese Basketball Association to play for powerhouse Liaoning Flying Leopards, pending medical and other procedural clearances.[read more]

Knicks owner Dolan tests positive for coronavirus
James Dolan, the executive chairman of Madison Square Garden Company and owner of the Knicks and Rangers, has tested positive for the coronavirus.[read more]

The NBA is pulling for beloved Pistons scout Maury Hanks
Pistons scout Maury Hanks has contracted the coronavirus and is in an ICU at a Tennessee hospital.[read more]

Dwane Casey describes how the Pistons confronted the coronavirus
From playing one of the last games before the NBA suspension to the challenge of a player diagnosed with the coronavirus, the Detroit Pistons have had a strenuous experience dealing with a global pandemic.[read more]

Bridges leads Suns to victory in first NBA 2K game broadcast on radio
Mikal Bridges led the Phoenix Suns' NBA 2K team to a victory on Friday over Matisse Thybulle and the Philadelphia 76ers in a game that was streamed on Twitch and broadcast on the radio.[read more]

Burke reveals she has tested positive for COVID-19, hopes to create awareness
Doris Burke reveals on The Woj Pod that she has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus.[read more]

ESPN's Burke symptom-free after battling virus
Doris Burke said she was tested on March 17 but felt her first symptom, overwhelming fatigue, on March 11, the day the NBA shut down.[read more]

Jazz players, staff now cleared of coronavirus
After completing their respective periods of quarantine and isolation following exposure to the coronavirus, all Jazz players and staff have been cleared by the Utah Department of Health.[read more]