Zero NBA players have tested positive for coronavirus out of the 346 tested at the Orlando campus since the last results were announced on July 13, per Marc Stein of the New York Times.

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This is terrific news for the league, as it appears all the precautions the NBA is taking at Walt Disney World are working — from the snitch hotline to daily coronavirus testing. Hopefully, this trend continues and no one at the Orlando bubble contracts COVID-19 moving forward.

The eight seeding games, which all 22 teams in Orlando will partake in, will start at the end of the month. The 2020 playoffs will begin on Aug. 17 and the NBA Finals will start on Sep. 30.

As it stands, the Milwaukee Bucks have the best record in the NBA at 53-12. LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers, meanwhile, are atop the Western Conference standings with a 49-14 mark.

Most basketball pundits believe the Bucks and Lakers will meet in the 2020 Finals, although there are plenty of teams in both conferences who will have something to say about that when it’s all said and done.

In the East, the Toronto Raptors, Miami Heat and Philadelphia 76ers could give the Bucks a run for their money, while the Los Angeles Clippers, Denver Nuggets and Houston Rockets figure to challenge the Lakers for Western Conference supremacy.