Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra has returned to South Florida after entering NBA health-and-safety protocols ahead of Sunday night’s victory over the Toronto Raptors at Scotiabank Arena.
Because of the team flight back to South Florida, the Heat traveling party was subject to coronavirus testing. That led to Spoelstra entering the NBA’s protocols.
However, because there is no such testing retirement for a land-based border crossing, Spoelstra was able to drive to Buffalo, and then take a private flight back to South Florida.
According to NBA rules, Spoelstra must be quarantined for at least a five-day period, even if asymptomatic, unless he is able to produce consecutive negative coronavirus tests.
Assistant coach Chris Quinn guided the Heat to victory on Sunday night in place…
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