Steve Gardner, USA TODAY Published 5:49 p.m. ET March 18, 2020 | Updated 6:22 p.m. ET March 18, 2020CLOSE What I’m Hearing: USA TODAY Sports’ Jef Zillgitt provides an update on the state of the NBA and the reasons why the players may be considered ‘super spreaders’ of the COVID-19 virus. USA TODAYBrooklyn Nets forward Wilson Chandler took exception when the manager of his apartment complex requested that he avoid areas of the building where many of the residents congregate. Four Nets players had tested positive for the coronavirus Tuesday, and Chandler shared his frustrations on Wednesday in a series of tweets stemming from the phone call with the manager.According to Chandler, the manager said she had seen that Nets players had the virus and “would like to know your status.” She also asked if he would “possibly stay out of the lobby etc. We can’t afford to lose our staff.”Building manager called me saying “Oh, I seen Nets players had the virus. We would like to know your status. And if you could possibly stay out of the lobby etc. We can’t afford to lose our staff.”— Wilson Chandler (@wilsonchandler) March 18, 2020Chandler indicated he was upset the manager didn’t ask if he

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