Celtics' Smart says he's free of coronavirus
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Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart announced Sunday night that he's been cleared of COVID-19 by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.

Smart announced March 19 that he had tested positive for the coronavirus but was symptom-free and quarantining. He was one of 15 members of NBA organizations to be confirmed to have contracted the illness and is now the fourth to have recovered.

Utah Jazz teammates Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell were cleared of the virus Friday, while the agent for the Detroit Pistons' Christian Wood said his client has fully recovered.

Celtics' Smart says he's free of coronavirus
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