The Heat also didn't play Kendrick Nunn on Saturday bec…

The Heat also didn’t play Kendrick Nunn on Saturday because he was awaiting a COVID-19 test result when the game started. Nunn was cleared by the second quarter and could have played, but Heat coach Erik Spoelstra elected to not use him. “We were waiting for his test results,” Spoelstra said, as quoted by the South Florida Sun Sentinel. “At that point he wasn’t available in the first quarter, so I went a different direction. … It’s just one of those unfortunate things. I guess if those type of things are going to happen, it’ll happen to us.”
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