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Bucks, Kings Latest Teams to Close Facilities After Positive Tests

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The Milwaukee Bucks and Sacramento Kings have closed their facilities following a series of positive coronavirus tests.

NBA Announces Possible Re-Opening Of Team Practice Facilities Starting In May Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images

The Bucks and Kings have closed their facilities following the results of a recent series of coronavirus tests. Milwaukee and Sacramento join a list four other teams that have shut down practices in the last week. The Nuggets, Heat, Clippers and Nets have all closed their facilities in the ramp up to the NBA’s Orlando-based restart.

ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski delivered the news on the closure of the Bucks’ facilities.

Milwaukee is scheduled to travel to Orlando later this week and their first scrimmage against another team is slated for July 23. The Bucks currently have the best record in the NBA (53-12).

The Athletic’s Sam Amick updated the Kings’ status Sunday evening.

According to Amick, the Kings travel to Orlando on Wednesday. Like the Trail Blazers, the Kings are in the hunt for the final postseason spot in the Western Conference.