Kings’ Jabari Parker seen out playing tennis after positive coronavirus test

Did Kings’ Jabari Parker just break NBA protocol after testing positive for COVID-19? | The Sacramento Bee

Jabari Parker #33 of the Sacramento Kings poses for a portrait on March 4, 2020 at the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, California.

TMZ posted a couple of photos showing Parker playing tennis without a mask and said the photos were taken that same day.

The outlet also documented, "Jabari was not too long ago observed out at a restaurant there in the Windy City".

While it is unknown exactly when Parker tested positive or the current status of his recovery, the club released a statement to the Sacramento Bee on Saturday afternoon after the TMZ report surfaced. Parker came over to the Kings with Alex Len (who also tested positive) in a deadline trade with Atlanta, but Parker only played in one game for the team.

Did Kings’ Jabari Parker just break NBA protocol after testing positive for COVID-19? | The Sacramento Bee

As we reported earlier, the coronavirus was discovered not only Alexei Lana and Jabari Parker, but another basketball "Sacramento kings" - Bahamian defender Californians buddy heald. "I look forward to joining my teammates in Orlando as we return to the court for the resumption of the National Basketball Association season", said Parker in an official statement on Wednesday. "We have no further more comment at this time".

"Several days ago I tested positive for COVID-19 and immediately self-isolated in Chicago which is where I remain", Parker said.

The NBA announced Friday that 16 out of 302 tested positive for COVID-19 when tests were given out last week.

Sacramento Kings forward Jabari Parker (33) leaves the court at the Golden 1 Center on Wednesday, March 11, 2020 in Sacramento after the National Basketball Association suspends its season after Jazz's Rudy Gobert tests positive for coronavirus. The championship will resume on July 30 in Orlando.

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