CLOSE 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 TODAYThe anger, frustration and anxiety are understandable.There is a shortage of COVID-19 tests, and people who have symptoms and need to be tested can’t get tested. Meanwhile NBA players who are asymptomatic are getting tested. How could it be? How is it the Brooklyn Nets and other teams tested their players when the White House said people without symptoms should not get tested?Four Nets players, including star Kevin Durant, have tested positive, bringing the number of NBA players with confirmed cases of COVID-19 to seven – including two from the Utah Jazz and one from the Detroit Pistons.On Wednesday, the Nets and Oklahoma City Thunder said they were able to test their players and other employees through private facilities and defended their actions, a day after New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio blasted the Nets on Twitter.New York is at the center of the outbreak with 4,152 people, including 2,469 in New York City, testing tested positive as of Thursday afternoon, according to the New York State Department of Health.”We wish them a speedy recovery,”


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