Golden State Warriors vs Phoenix Suns game postponed due to COVID-19 protocols


Golden State Warriors’ friday clash with Phoenix Suns has been postponed due to COVID-19 protocols, the NBA has revealed.

After contract tracing, the Suns won’t have the league’s required eight players against the Warriors. This comes after the Suns match against the Atlanta Hawks on Wednesday was also postponed, bringing the league’s total number of postponed games so far this season up to nine, with more almost certain to come.


However, the Warriors are still slated to play the Denver Nuggets on Thursday.

Below are the games which have been postponed this season as a result of Covid-19.

Dec. 23:Oklahoma City Thunder at Houston Rockets

Jan. 10:Miami Heat at Boston Celtics


Jan. 11:New Orleans Pelicans at Dallas Mavericks

Jan. 12: Boston Celtics at Chicago Bulls


Jan. 13:Utah Jazz at Washington Wizards

Jan. 13:Orlando Magic at Boston Celtics

Jan. 13:Atlanta Hawks at Phoenix Suns

Jan. 15: Washington Wizards at Detroit Pistons

Jan. 15: Golden State Warriors at Phoenix Suns


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