Jeff Zillgitt, USA TODAY Published 5:46 p.m. ET Aug. 14, 2020 | Updated 5:54 p.m. ET Aug. 14, 2020CLOSE SportsPulse: Mackenzie Salmon connected with one of Yale’s top infectious diseases experts to get his take on the NFL and college football’s attempt to play in a non-bubble format. He also pleaded for the leaders of the sports world to confront their local governments. USA TODAYOrlando Magic center Mo Bamba left the NBA bubble and will not return this season as the 22-year-old undergoes a “comprehensive post-coronavirus evaluation,” the team said Friday.Bamba acknowledged last week that he tested positive for COVID-19 in June, telling The Athletic, “Everyone has something that they’re fighting through. A lot of players, a lot of people in this country have fought through COVID, and I’m no different than the others. But I feel like people need to know that this is a real thing and this is something that we need to take seriously.”While the Magic, who next play top-seeded Milwaukee in a first-round series beginning Tuesday, did not reveal any more details in their news release, it’s clear that they’re concerned enough to keep him out of the playoffs.Doctors have expressed worry about long-term health issues


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