ESPN's Royce Young reported that the Thunder have since left Chesapeake Energy Arena, but the Jazz have not.
"The Jazz will need to coordinate with Oklahoma and Salt Lake City public health organizations before they can return to Utah, per sources," ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski added. "For now, the team is quarantined in OKC."
Both teams were quarantined in their locker rooms, per Young, who provided detailed updates on what happened at the arena:
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The Thunder were lined up and had a fever test done, though. But did not have the coronavirus test done. As of 10:35pm CT, the Jazz has not been tested. They are currently in their locker room, according to sources, lined up with masks on, waiting to have the test administered.
The Jazz provided a statement confirming that a player on the team tested positive for the coronavirus but did not name Gobert:
Orlando Magic guard Evan Fournier relayed on Twitter that he has spoken to Gobert by phone, and he "is doing good":
In the aftermath of Gobert's reported positive test and the Jazz-Thunder game's postponement, the NBA announced that all games will be suspended until further notice:
Coronavirus has infected over 118,000 people worldwide, according to CNN's live tracker, with over 1,200 confirmed cases in the United States. Close to 4,300 people have died.