Jazz Will Remain Quarantined in Oklahoma City and Cooperate With Health Organizations Before Returning to Utah

Utah Jazz C Rudy Gobert tested positive for the Coronavirus.
Utah Jazz C Rudy Gobert tested positive for the Coronavirus. / Alex Goodlett/Getty Images

It's all hitting the fan, people.

The NBA suspended its season on Wednesday night after Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert tested positive for Coronavirus. Now, the Jazz will remain quarantined in Oklahoma City until further notice.

The Thunder were set to host the Jazz when, abruptly, the players and officiating crew left the court to go back into the locker rooms. As news started to trickle out of the Chesapeake Bay Arena, fans found out it was directly related to Gobert being ruled out of the game with an "illness."

Moments later, the game was postponed and the league announced the suspension. That's how serious it's gotten, and now the Jazz could be sleeping on a floor Wednesday night because of it. What makes this even worse? It seems like some people knew what was going on and Gobert went on the court anyway.

Though there are conflicting reports about that.

Actually wait. What's DEFINITELY even worse was how Gobert is believed to have contracted the virus. In mocking the hysteria around the whole situation, the French big man shook hands with reporters and touched all of their microphones and recorders.

And now here we are.