Spurs basketball set to resume after multiple games were postponed

The Spurs get to play basketball again. Via the Express News:

On Monday afternoon, the Spurs who were able to play basketball and allowed by the NBA to be around the rest of the team congregated at the club’s practice facility.

For most in that rag-tag group of 10, it was the first time on a basketball court since Valentine’s Day.

Five players were prohibited from being in the building under the league’s coronavirus health and safety protocols: Rudy Gay, Keldon Johnson, Derrick White, Devin Vassell and Quinndary Weatherspoon.

Leading scorer DeMar DeRozan was in Los Angeles, on personal leave to mourn the death of his father with his family.

The Spurs last played February 14, beating the Hornets 122-110. Their postponed games were against the Pistons, Cavs, Knicks and Pacers. On Wednesday they play the Thunder in Oklahoma City.

Author: Inside Hoops

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