Tomas Satoransky Tests Positive For COVID-19

Bulls guard Tomas Satoransky has tested positive for the coronavirus, head coach Billy Donovan said today, as relayed by K.C Johnson of NBC Sports Chicago (Twitter link).

This comes just two days after it was revealed that Bulls forward Chandler Hutchison tested positive, with one other support staff member also recently testing positive, Donovan said.

Lauri Markkanen and Ryan Arcidiacono (Health and Safety Protocols) also missed Sunday’s game against Dallas. It remains unlikely that either player will travel with the team initially for its upcoming four-game road trip, Johnson tweets.

Satoransky, 29, averaged 9.9 points, 5.4 assists and 28.9 minutes per game last season. He was acquired by the Bulls in a sign-and-trade back in 2019.

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4 thoughts on “Tomas Satoransky Tests Positive For COVID-19

  1. stevep-4

    This hurts the Bulls but speeds Donovan’s evaluation of Coby White. So far, uh, not an NBA point guard. They will need to make a deal likely but he looks good as a bench scorer a la Jamal Crawford.

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