The Knicks released a statement on Wednesday night explaining that all of the players on the team are asymptomatic and therefore none have been tested for Covid-19.
The full statement reads: "We have been following the recommendations of local and national health officials and continue to monitor our players closely. As of now, with our players remaining asymptomatic, none of them have been tested for Covid-19. We will remain in close contact with health officials and the NBA."
One week ago, the Knicks played their final game before the NBA season was officially suspended, topping the Atlanta Hawks, 136-131, in overtime. That same night, the NBA suspended the season as it was revealed that Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert tested positive for coronavirus.
Since then, others around the NBA have tested positive, including four members of the Brooklyn Nets, with Kevin Durant among them.
According to recent reports, the NBA season could resume at some point in June, but as is the case with just about everything else right now, the start date is up in the air until more information becomes known about the virus outbreak.