Detroit Pistons’ game vs. San Antonio Spurs postponed due to positive COVID-19 test

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Omari Sankofa II | Detroit Free Press

The Detroit Pistons‘ home game against the San Antonio Spurs on Tuesday has been postponed due to a positive COVID-19 test within the Spurs’ organization, the NBA announced Monday. Contact tracing has left the Spurs without the required minimum eight players for the game to be played.

It’s the 25th postponement of the season for the NBA and third postponement of the season for the Pistons, who previously had their Feb. 1 road game against the Denver Nuggets, and Jan. 13 home game against the Washington Wizards moved back due to the NBA’s COVID-19 protocols.

The Spurs (16-11) are sixth in the Western Conference and have won five of six.

The Pistons, 8-19 and on a two-game winning streak, return to action Wednesday, when they visit Dallas to face Luka Doncic and the Mavericks (13-15).

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