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Monday, January 24, 2022

Warriors: As COVID Chaos Continues Around the NBA, Jonathan Cuminga Gets Second NBA Start

SAN FRANCISCO – The Warriors have two players in health and safety protocols for COVID-19.

On Monday night their rival, the Sacramento Kings, have six players in protocol, as well as their head coach, Alvin Gentry.

Teams around the NBA are watching games – even a week’s worth of competition – postponed due to COVID.

But with the NBA not expected to stop playing in the league amid this fourth wave, the Warriors and the rest of the association are walking on an eggshell.

“It’s nerve-racking for everyone,” Warriors coach Steve Kerr said ahead of Monday’s game. “It’s hard to come back to this state, but it’s hard for everyone.”

But amid the chaos, there is an opportunity for warriors rookie Jonathan Kuminga and Moses Moody.

With Andrew Wiggins and Jordan Pool out indefinitely, Cuminga will begin his second consecutive game on Monday. Kerr said Moody will be a key player off the bench.

Cuminga made his first NBA debut in Toronto on Saturday. He scored 26 points in 36 minutes in that game, with most of the Warriors giants back in the Bay Area.

Monday’s match will prove to be a different challenge for the overall number seven player. Instead of playing with Chris Chioza and Juan Toscano-Andersen, he would share court with Steph Curry and Drummond Green.

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