Knicks owner James Dolan tests positive for COVID-19

Knicks owner James Dolan tests positive for COVID-19

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Knicks owner James Dolan tests positive for COVID-19
The New York City area has been the hardest hit single region in the United States when it comes to the COVID-19 pandemic. It really is an emergency in one of the largest markets in North America.
We already saw Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant infected with the virus. Reports are now surfacing that New York Knicks owner James Dolan also has COVID-19.
Dolan, 64, is in the age demographic that is most affected by the novel coronavirus. However, it does not seem that he has any underlying conditions. He did, however, have issues with drugs and alcohol.
We’re obviously hoping for the best when it comes to the longtime Knicks owner.

As cases continue to rise in the tri-state area, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on click here Saturday issued a 14-day travel advisory for New York, Connecticut and New Jersey residents, discouraging them from any "non-essential" domestic travel.
The NBA has been on hiatus for more than two weeks, after players tested positive for COVID-19. At the time, the Knicks were 21-45.
The Rangers, much like Dolan's Knicks, are in the midst of a rebuild. But, unlike their NBA counterparts, the Rangers orchestrated a surprising season before the NHL suspended operations. If regular-season play resumes, New York will bring a 37-28-5 record to the ice and will be two points out of the final playoff berth in the Eastern Conference.
Dolan made headlines during the 2019-20 NBA season for a verbal exchange with a fan who told Dolan to sell the Knicks and a feud with Spike Lee that caused the Oscar-winning director to stop going to games at Madison Square Garden for the rest of the season.
Earlier this week, Dolan and the MSG Company formally sold the Forum, in Inglewood, California, for $400 million in cash to LA Clippers owner Steve Ballmer.

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