Sixteen NBA players have tested positive for coronavirus from the latest round of tests, the league has announced.
The results of Tuesday's COVID-19 tests on 302 players were released on Friday in a joint statement from the league and the National Basketball Players Association.
The statement said: "Any player who has tested positive will remain in self-isolation until he satisfies public health protocols for discontinuing isolation and has been cleared by a physician."
The news comes just over a month before the NBA plans to conclude the 2019-20 regular season and playoffs with a 22-team tournament in Orlando, Florida.
With numbers of new COVID-19 cases rising in the USA, including in the home states of franchises included in the 22-team format, some concern has arisen about the NBA's plan.
Arizona, Texas and Florida have been hit particularly hard in recent weeks.
The league is currently in a testing and transaction window, which allows teams to add free agents before rosters are set on July 1.
Training camps are scheduled to begin on July 9, and the NBA plans on resuming the regular season on July 30.