Bulls-Raptors postponed due to NBA COVID-19 health and safety protocols – NBC Chicago

Bulls-Raptors postponed due to NBA COVID-19 health and safety protocols - NBC Chicago

Bulls-Raptors postponed due to health and safety protocols that originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago

Sunday night’s game between the Bulls and the Toronto Raptors in Tampa Bay, Florida has been postponed due to COVID-19 health and safety protocols, the NBA has announced.

The Raptors, by a league exit, would not have been able to field the minimum eight players required to play a game due to positive COVID-19 tests and contact tracing within the team. The Raptors played their Friday night game against the Houston Rockets (a 122-111 win) without head coach Nick Nurse, Pascal Siakam and five assistant coaches due to protocols.

It’s the 31st game the NBA postponed the 2020-21 season and the fourth Bulls competition. One of those four was already invented when the NBA replaced a postponed Feb. 17 game at the Charlotte Hornets with a house. game against Detroit …

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