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Battle of Houston Rockets – OKC Thunder is postponed because the players have a haircut

One of the notable matches on the morning of December 24 between the Houston Rockets and Oklahoma City Thunder was postponed when the Rockets did not have enough 8 players to participate.

The showdown between the Rockets and Thunder on the morning of December 24 was postponed because the Rockets team did not have enough 8 players to participate in the competition. Accordingly, 3 Houston players had positive results for COVID-19, while the other 4 players were forced to isolate because of close contact. Before that, Chris Clemons was also seriously injured and could not play.

One of the players who are positive for COVID-19 is rookie Kenyon Martin and he will need to have re-tests to see if the results are accurate. Before that, Martin and John Wall and DeMarcus Cousins ​​got together to cut their hair so that both Wall and Cousins ​​had to be isolated.

The Houston Rockets experienced a serious force crisis because of COVID-19. Previously, Ben McLemore was positive for SARS-CoV-2, Jae’Sean Tate and Mason Jones were also quarantined because of close contact.

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James Harden was also criticized for attending a party without wearing a mask. MVP 2018 was fined $ 50,000 for this action, but he had a negative result for SARS-CoV-2 and was also not involved in the postponement of the match.

The Rockets’ next match will be against Portland Trail Blazers on the morning of December 27. If all 8 players are negative for COVID-19, this team will have to play.

The Oklahoma City Thunder players will return to OKC shortly. They will stay here for 2 days before flying again to Charlotte to encounter the Hornets. Remember back in March, Thunder featured in the first NBA game postponed because of COVID-19, against the Utah Jazz.