Bucks shutting down practice facilities after results of Friday’s COVID-19 tests

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Giannis Antetokounmpo (34) of the Milwaukee Bucks shoots the ball against the Utah Jazz at the Fiserv Forum Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

It was unknown whether any Bucks players tested positive, however the team is now shutting down the practice facility after receiving results.

Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN broke the story (since confirmed by others), adding the team would keep the facility closed and there would be no more workouts before the team leaves for the National Basketball Association restart in Orlando.

They will arrive in Orlando chasing a first National Basketball Association title since 1971.

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The Bucks had been practicing in Milwaukee getting ready for the restart of the season, but the facility will not reopen for workouts.

The Bucks have the NBA's best record at 53-12 heading into the July 30 restart at Walt Disney World.

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