The Brooklyn Nets became the latest NBA team to have players test positive for the COVID-19 virus, which has altered daily life as we know it. The team announced on Tuesday that four players tested positive, and although the team did not name the players in the news release, Kevin Durant told The Athletic that he tested positive, but is feeling fine and said he has not shown symptoms. One of the four players has been displaying symptoms while the other three are asymptomatic, the club said in a release.

“Everyone be careful, take care of yourself and quarantine. We’re going to get through this,” Durant told The Athletic.

The Nets are currently notifying people who were in contact with the players and has asked members of their traveling party to self-isolate. ESPN reported on Tuesday that the Nets paid to have a private company test the team when they returned from San Francisco.

“We wish them a speedy recovery. But, with all due…