The team sent out this statement:

The Philadelphia 76ers, in consultation with medical experts and the NBA, received the recommendation that certain individuals from the organization, including players, coaches and specific basketball operations support staff, be tested for COVID-19. The tests were secured and processed privately.

Three individuals have received positive test results for COVID-19. All other tests results are currently negative. We have reported this information to state and local health authorities as required.

Pursuant to CDC guidelines, the individuals are in self-isolation and will be monitored closely by medical professionals.

The health of our players, staff, fans and community is paramount, and we continue to be guided by medical experts at this time.

We extend our gratitude and appreciation to the public health and medical communities for their tireless efforts during these challenging times, as well as to our fans and partners for their support.

They didn’t specify who has it because, you know, private medical information and whatnot.

The Sixers last played on March 11th, against the Pistons, who played the Jazz not long before that. Rudy Gobert, of course, was the first player to test positive and started the chain of events that led to every sports league being pretty much shut down. Christian Wood of the Pistons later tested positive, and he matched up against Al Horford and Joel Embiid during last Wednesday’s game.

Here’s the matchup data RE: Wood, for what it’s worth:

I hate COVID 19.