According to Shams Charania from The Athletic, Clippers guard Landry Shamet has tested positive for Coronavirus, and he may not travel with the team to Orlando this week.
Throughout the week there was leaked information that the Clippers shut down their practice facility due to a player testing positive for COVID-19, but the player's name remained unknown. Now we know its Shamet.
The shooting guard from Wichita State, who is the first player from the Clippers to test positive for COVID-19, is averaging 9.7 points per game and has started 27 of the 47 games he has played this season.
Teams are expected to travel to Walt Disney between July 7th. and July 9th. The NBA also informed its organizations that a player won't be allowed to travel with team to Orlando if he misses coronavirus test on one of two days before travel date.
Sources: The NBA has informed teams that a player will not be allowed to travel with team to Orlando if he misses coronavirus test on one of two days before travel date (July 7-9). Player would then have to register three consecutive negative tests before traveling.— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) July 4, 2020