James Dolan tests positive for coronavirus, Madison Square Garden Company director and CEO James Dolan have been tested positive for the novel coronavirus, the New York Knicks reported Saturday night.
The group said Dolan, 64, is encountering “almost no indications” however is in self-detachment. The group said he “keeps on administering business activities.”
As executive and CEO of MSG, Dolan supervises the NBA’s Knicks, the NHL’s New York Rangers and Madison Square Garden field.
The Knicks have not played since March 11 in Atlanta, the night the NBA suspended the season in the wake of Rudy Gobert’s sure coronavirus test. The Rangers last played that equivalent night in Colorado, the NHL suspending its season the following day.
It’s questionable where or when Dolan would have gotten the infection, yet the New York territory has been hit hardest by the coronavirus in the United States.
The USA TODAY Network detailed before Saturday the making of the MSG Relief Fund to assist of-work scene representatives.
Prior in the day, Dolan had agreed to pay his field laborers in his numerous settings through at any rate May 3 while building up a $2.3 million alleviation finance for them.
Dolan has been in the features a great deal in the most recent month — making rage among the fan base for an ongoing fight with Spike Lee. Things had gone so amiss with the fan base that the Garden recited “Sell the group” on a few events prior this month.
In spite of the fan fury he has gotten, Dolan presented the Garden to the city as a potential lodging of contaminated patients. City hall leader de Blasio declined.
No Knicks player has been tested positive for COVD-19, the club reported not long ago. The announcement said none of the Knicks players had manifestations and along these lines were not tried under CDC rules. Dolan had some mellow side effects at the hour of his testing.
Most Knicks players have dispersed about the nation to their homes.
For example, sources state RJ Barrett is in Orlando, Ignas Brazdeikas in Toronto, Damyean Dotson in Houston and Wayne Ellington in Miami. Taj Gibson has remained in New York.
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