The coronavirus continues to make its way through the NBA, with Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart and two Los Angeles Lakers players testing positive for COVID-19.

Both teams released statements Thursday announcing the positive tests, although they did not identify the players by name.

The Lakers’ last game was against the Nets on March 10th at Staples Center.

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The NBA season was suspended indefinitely the following day.

Fourteen players out of the Lakers’ 17-man roster (including two-way contracts) were tested, league sources told ESPN’s Ramona Shelburne.

Several players were granted permission earlier in the week to leave town, sources told ESPN.

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