Warriors-Nuggets game postponed by NBA due to COVID-19 issues

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Warriors vs. Nuggets game postponed due to COVID-19 originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea

The Warriors' game vs. the Denver Nuggets at Ball Arena has been postponed, the NBA announced Thursday hours before tip-off as the Nuggets don't have the league-required eight players needed to play the game.

Nuggets coach Michael Malone, as well as players Jeff Green, Zeke Nnaji and guard Bones Hyland, reportedly entered the NBA's COVID-19 protocols on Thursday. The Nuggets have multiple players dealing with injuries and don't have a G League team in their market, making it impossible for them to have the required number of players to play Thursday night's game.

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The Nuggets beat the Warriors 89-86 on Tuesday at Chase Center.

The Warriors are in Denver and are scheduled to practice there Friday before traveling to Salt Lake City to play the Utah Jazz on Saturday.

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