Jabari Parker plays tennis despite COVID-19 positive

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher 

The Sacramento Kings recently announced that their forward Jabari Parker has tested positive for the coronavirus. He should be home and in self quarantine. 

Nope, he’s not doing that, according to TMZ Sports. He has been caught playing tennis after the recent announcement. 

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Parker was caught on Saturday at Chicago’s Longfellow Park playing tennis. The NBA player was playing tennis with a friend. 

He was not wearing a mask either. In fact, during his tennis venture, he was smiling. 

We don’t know where Parker is on the recovery from the virus. But we do know if he was in close contact with his buddy, he could have put them in danger, as well. 

When the Kings made the announcement, they said “it was several days ago” when he had tested positive for the virus. They made the announcement on Wednesday, June 24th. 

TMZ Sports also reported that Parker was seen recently out at a restaurant. He could have potential contaminated them, as well. 

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