As the NBA continues to be embroiled in a frenzy due to postponing the season after Rudy Gobert tested positives for coronavirus (COVID-19), one Atlanta Hawks player made light of the situation in very practical terms.

Dewayne Dedmon, starting center for the Hawks, was seen toting around a large bottle of hand sanitizer and doling out squirts of it to his fellow players to make sure they were staying clean and attempting to quell the spread of this highly infectious virus:

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While the entire season was put on hold due to Gobert’s case, the Hawks played an entertaining game against the New York Knicks that went to overtime. Dedmon scored 6 points and accrued an impressive 13 rebounds in 27 minutes of action.

Thanks to his cleanly ways with hand sanitizer, we know he didn’t spread any germs around either.

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