The basketball players have been staying in their isolated campus bubble at Disney World in Orlando,
The previous batch of test results had been released on July 13, when two of the 322 players who had arrived at the campus between July 7 to 13 tested positive for coronavirus.
The NBA season will resume on July 30, without any spectators.
All games, practices and housing are at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex inside the Orlando resort, which has multiple hotels and arenas, and allows the league to limit outside exposure.
The NBA said zero players tested positive for coronavirus since July 13. Indiana Pacers’ Malcolm Brogdon (left) wore a mask during practice on July 19, while Houston Rockets’ P.J. Tucker (right) wore one while arriving at practice July 17
Oklahoma City Thunder’s Chris Paul (left) and LA Clippers’ Paul George (right) wore masks while arriving at practice on July 19 at the NBA facility in Disney World
The two players who tested positive in the last round of tests were asked to quarantine at home or in isolation housing before returning to the NBA campus.
When testing began on July 1, 19 players had tested positive for coronavirus.
None of the 346 players tested since July 13, however, came back with positive virus test results.
The NBA said that if a player does have a confirmed positive test result going forward, that player will be isolated until he is cleared, under rules established by the league and the players’ union.
Maskless players from the Memphis Grizzlies are seen practicing on July 20 at Disney World
Several of the NBA players did leave the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex facility at Disney World for various reasons over the last few days and will undergo a quarantine period, according to
The NBA season will return with 22 of its 30 teams playing eight seeding games to determine a full 16-team playoff field that will follow the traditional post-season format with four best-of-seven series.