The Nuggets closed their training headquarters | Doug Pensinger / .
The Denver Nuggets closed their training facilities due to recent COVID-19 cases that have affected the organization, ESPN journalist Adrian Wojnarowski reported.
The facilities have been closed since last Saturday, as it is undergoing a total cleaning. It is hoped that if all goes well they will be able to open it again in the course of this next weekend.
After positive tests for the coronavirus within the traveling party headed to Orlando, the Denver Nuggets have closed team’s practice facility for several days, sources tell ESPN. Facility was locked to players and staff starting Saturday, and could open again later this week.
– Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) June 30, 2020
Recently the great star of the team, Nikola Jokic, tested positive for coronavirus, although it should be noted that he was in his native Serbia.
An exact time for Jokic’s return has not yet been determined, for the expectation it remains that he travel with the team to Orlando on July 7, the date assigned for the landing of the Nuggets at Disney World.