Unnamed Kings player cleared to play against Spurs Friday after inconclusive COVID-19 test results, per report

The NBA's bubble experiment inside Disney World is proving to be a success so far, with zero positive COVID-19 tests since the initial arrival and quarantine period.

The league put an immense amount of time and effort into creating their rules and regulations for the bubble, and the hard work is paying off.

An unnamed Sacramento Kings player who returned an inconclusive test earlier this week is expected to be cleared to play in the team's first game against the San Antonio Spurs on Friday night, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski and Marc Spears.

False positives were a fear for teams once the real games began, as the testing process has proved not to be infallible.

Even though this scenario is expected to be rare, the league decided earlier this month to add an antibody test to the procedure for cases like this.

The Kings have had at least four players test positive for COVID-19 over the past few months, including Jabari Parker , Buddy Hield , Alex Len and Harrison Barnes .

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