New York Knicks guard Austin Rivers vented about the value of wearing masks, and following health and wellness standards, Saturday as some team

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New York Knicks guard Austin Rivers vented about the importance of wearing masks, and following health and wellness standards, Saturday as some groups in the league handle COVID problems.

Rivers told the New York Post there’s “ignorance displayed every day” by individuals who aren’t wearing masks. He stressed that the boys in blue and orange need to do what they need to do to stay safe.

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” We just got ta do our part separately. It’s tough, though. It is all over. Sadly in our country, individuals don’t use masks all the time. You have lack of knowledge displayed every day, which is triggering this to be more delayed and more major,” he told the paper.

” It’s irritating to see people mess around with that things. We just manage what we control and do our part. The Knicks have actually done a terrific job of keeping us in line with that stuff.”

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The Boston Celtics and the Philadelphia 76ers are 2 of the NBA groups wrecked with coronavirus problems. ESPN reported Sunday that the Celtics would be without 7 players due to coronavirus. The 76ers were required to sit Seth Curry and Tobias Harris on Saturday due to concerns.

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In a 72-game season, NBA teams will need to be a lot more careful about sticking to coronavirus procedures.