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Rudy Gobert apologies for his actions and carelessness

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Rudy Gobert was the first NBA player that tested positive for the Coronavirus, and ever since that moment, nothing is the same. The NBA suspended all of its games until further notice, and there are a couple of ways how the NBA can progress moving forward. After his antics a couple of days ago when he deliberately touched all the mics during a press conference, it was announced his teammate Donovan Mitchell also tested positive for Coronavirus.

There was a lot of backlash at Gobert after that moment, and for the first time, he spoke about everything on his Instagram account. He thanked all of the people who showed him support but, on the other hand, offered an apology to everyone who he might have put into harm's way. Gobert admitted he was careless and didn't have enough knowledge to asses the seriousness of the situation. He is positive he will be in full health anytime and hopes the rest of the people will take care of themselves and their families.

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