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NBA postpones Nuggets-Pistons game minutes before tip after inconclusive COVID-19 test.

The NBA called off the Denver Nuggets game against the Detroit Pistons just minutes before it was set to tip off on Monday night.

The NBA called off the Denver Nuggets game against the Detroit Pistons just minutes before it was set to tip off on Monday night.

The league said that the Pistons did not have the required number of players to participate due to ongoing COVID-19 contact tracing within the organization.

The game marks the 23rd that the league has postponed already this season due to the coronavirus. All but two of those postponements came in January.

The Pistons are in the middle of a five-game road trip, which start with Saturday’s loss to the Golden State Warriors in San Francisco.

They set to take on the Utah Jazz on Tuesday before making the trip to Phoenix. Ending in Los Angeles against the Lakers on Saturday. It’s unclear how they will finish the trip.

The Nuggets beat the Jazz 128-117 on Sunday behind a 47-point outing from Nikola Jokic. Which snapped Utah’s 11-game win streak. They are now schedule to travel to the Lakers next on Thursday UFA.

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