Kevin Durant and his other three Brooklyn Nets teammates that tested positive for the novel coronavirus are now symptom-free according to general manager Sean Marks. Those who are free of any symptoms include the coaching staff and the traveling party that went to San Francisco, according to Alex Schiffer of The Athletic.

Recently, the Utah Jazz were cleared from the coronavirus after isolating for 14 days — including Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell — the first two players to test positive for the virus.

Much like the Jazz, the Nets are expected to remain isolated during this social distancing period to flatten the curve of infection. Those who contracted the virus could soon be asked to donate plasma, much like Jazz players were.

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Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart, who also contracted the virus, noted he will donate his plasma to the National COVID-19 Convalescent Plasma Project, which will help with research of this deadly pandemic and even help to find a potential vaccine.

Those who fight off the virus develop antibodies in their plasma that could help develop a vaccine, something precious at this time and stage.

Durant and company could be of major assistance to the cause if they decide to donate, further aiding researchers with plasma samples to determine how to best treat this rapidly-spreading malady.