Toronto Raptors reach seven coronavirus diversions

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The omniron variant of the coronavirus continues to wreak havoc in North America. In the American major leagues, another franchise is going through an epidemic. The Toronto Raptors are Canada’s only representative in the National Basketball Association (NBA). In the past two days, seven athletes on the team entered the safety protocol against the disease. Among them, some of the great stars of the Canadian team.

The first “catch” was reported last Monday (20). Featuring Pascal Siakam, it also featured Dalano Banton and Gary Trent Jr. This Tuesday (21) among Toronto Raptors key players Fred VanVleet and Scottie Barnes also entered safety protocol. Precious Achiuwa and Malachi Flynn completed the names.

The Toronto Raptors’ next game is next Wednesday (22), against the Chicago Bulls. In an emergency, the tendency is for Tremont Waters, owner of Wisconsin herd, of the G League, signs a ten-day contract to play for the team. A graduate of the LSU Tigers, he was selected in the 2019 NBA draft by the Boston Celtics, where he remained until early 2021 – when he played for the Maine Red Claws, also of the G League. The information was revealed by journalist Shams Charania, from The Athletic portal.

To date, the Toronto Raptors are fourth in the Eastern Conference Atlantic Division. The Canadian team has a 14-15 record (fourteen wins and fifteen losses). In the Conference, the team is in tenth place – destined for the last classified for the play-in.

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