(CNN)A second Utah Jazz player has tested positive for coronavirus, the NBA team said Thursday, a day after the league abruptly suspended its season following news that the virus had impacted the Utah club.Meanwhile, at least two teams that recently played the Jazz — the Toronto Raptors and the Washington Wizards — say their players and staff have been advised to go into self-isolation as a precaution.The NBA made several stunning moves late Wednesday, starting with postponing the Jazz’s game with host Oklahoma City Thunder right before tipoff, after learning a Jazz player preliminarily tested positive for the virus. The league announced not long afterward that it would suspend the season after that night’s slate of games nationwide, and games in Oklahoma City and Sacramento never started, stunning fans who already were in their seats and adding to a list of events altered by the virus’ spread. Neither the Jazz nor the NBA have named the Jazz players who have tested positive. Earlier, ESPN and other media outlets reported that Jazz all-star center Rudy Gobert tested positive shortly before the planned game in Oklahoma City. “As a follow-up to yesterday’s positive COVID-19 test, Oklahoma health officials tested all members of

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