Bulls' Zach LaVine Has Cleared COVID Protocols

Chicago Bulls star guard Zach LaVine has cleared COVID protocols, Legion Hoops reports. A team that's been decimated with positive tests that led to postponed games now returns one of the most prolific scorers in the game.

The Bulls get 26 points per game back on the floor and it'll finally return some of their role players to just that -- role players. Welcome back, Zach LaVine.

Pretty ridiculous that players were pressured that hard on rolling up their sleeves all to miss weeks of play with a positive test. It's all starting to make more sense to the players that the only benefit to the jab was being allowed at work. Science says LaVine, who's six-foot-five at 200 pounds with six percent body fat will be fine if he contracted covid. However, his personal battle with COVID didn't matter because the NBA sent him home despite doing what Fauci and the rest of these goons told him to.

Regardless of the tomfoolery that is NBA COVID protocols, commissioner Adam Silver said this week that "players were going to have to act as if the virus wasn't going anywhere." We interpreted that as players participating on the court despite their COVID positivity and that's ultimately a step in the right direction.

It's too bad Adam Silver wasn't on this train a year ago like the rest of us.

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