Brooklyn Nets superstar Kevin Durant and three other teammates can finally exhale. The NBA players have reportedly been cleared of COVID-19 after recently testing positive for coronavirus.

Big Facts

On Wednesday, buzz developed about at least four key Nets basketball players being in the clear. The team’s general manager updated the world about KD and his three unnamed professionals’ statuses.

Kevin Durant and his other three Brooklyn Nets teammates that tested positive for the novel coronavirus are now symptom-free according to general manager Sean Marks. Those who are free of any symptoms include the coaching staff and the traveling party that went to San Francisco, according to Alex Schiffer of The Athletic. (Clutch Points)

High-Key Details

Over the past few days, the NBA has continued to deliver good news. Multiple players have been cleared of COVID-19 after testing positive for it in March.

There have been 15 confirmed coronavirus cases involving NBA players, owners or team personnel. Marcus Smart, Rudy Gobert, Donovan Mitchell and Christian Wood have since been cleared following their diagnoses. Two unnamed players for the Los Angeles Lakers were declared symptom-free Tuesday, a team spokeswoman told Mike Bresnahan of Spectrum SportsNet. (Bleacher Report) 

Wait, There’s More

Recently, rap star Drake shared pics of himself hanging out with the Nets’ Kevin Durant. Days later, KD revealed he tested positive for COVID-19.

“life is a race and the grim reaper catches up… till then glasses up”

Before You Go

In mid-march, KD and three teammates tested positive. Fortunately, Kevin came forward and said he felt fine all things considered.

“Kevin Durant tested positive for coronavirus, Durant tells @TheAthleticNBA @Stadium. Durant says he is feeling fine: “Everyone be careful, take care of yourself and quarantine. We’re going to get through this.””