Stillwater wrote: We Are Groot wrote:
WTF are you talking about? Missing data? Every single player was tested. What missing data?
Thank You!! -LoL- players were either tested (302) or not tested (he rest) and the results were either positive (16) or not positive (the rest that were tested). not really any data to hide here ...
plus, based on his usage, dude doesn't really understand what sugarcoat means
Understanding here is something you are missing...
I get why since niether of you clearly understand the transmission rate is constant.
If you pass a test today you can get infected 10 minutes afterwards in the restroom on your way out the door.
testing is also proven to be unreliable with many false negatives already documented and it is causing a significant problem with contact tracing.
Huh? You are not making any sense. Where's the lie and sugarcoating on part of NBA in what you said?
They are saying 16 players out of 302 tested positive during initial round of testing. It's a statement of simple facts. Unless you are saying they doctored the testing results, there can be no lie or sugarcoating of simple statement as to the facts of testing results, which everyone was interested to find out.
Yeah, every reasonable person knows a player can get the virus after testing or that there can be false negatives but what does that have to do with their announcing of testing results? That's quite frankly out of NBA's control and that's why they set it up with frequent testing and gave themselves a runway of over a month. They got too much riding on this to risk cancellation of the season due to spread of the virus among players, coaches, and team staff and will do everything in their power to identify those with the virus as early as possible and quarantine them. You'd have to be pretty out there to not realize this.
The only thing missing here is logic and common sense on your part and the lie is your conspiracy theorist fear mongering.