Raptors' Boucher apologizes for breaking self-isolation protocol
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Toronto Raptors reserve big man Chris Boucher issued an apology Monday on Instagram after going out in public while he and his teammates were supposed to be following self-isolation protocol.

"I want to apologize to the city of Toronto, our fans, and the Raptors organization," the 27-year-old said. "While I have tested negative for COVID-19, it was never my intention to endanger our community."


Boucher was photographed in a downtown Toronto supermarket Thursday, one day after the Raptors were told to self-isolate following their game against the Utah Jazz. Jazz players Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell both tested positive for COVID-19.

Members of the Raptors organization were tested for the coronavirus Wednesday and results did not come back until Friday, according to the team. All results were negative.

Raptors' Boucher apologizes for breaking self-isolation protocol
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