Rudy Gobert reopened the season in which he closed the COVID-19 test with the first points in the NBA bubble

The first points of restarting Disney World in NBA came from the man who originally closed the positive COVID-19 test.

Rudi Joubert, the Utah Jazz Center, got his first touch and shot and scored in the team's first match against New Orleans Pelicans. After winning the tip, Joubert got the ball in center and went to work, just as it was four months ago.

This will be the first basket in a solid game for the dominant defensive player of the year, who finished 14 points in 5 out of 9 shots, 12 rebounds and 3 blocks in a 106-104 jazz victory. Perhaps the most encouraging moment for jazz has come to the ultimate possession.

With the ball in the hands of Donovan Mitchell, jazz goalkeeper Gobert found in the paint to prepare two free throws in a match drawn with seconds left. Seeing this connection at a time of crisis is a good sign for players whose relationship has been reported broken by Mitchell proving the positive of the virus soon after Gobert.

Things come full circle to Rudi Joubert

Joubert's test was positive for COVID-19 all the way in March, while the NBA was still dealing with the spreading Coronavirus with silent warnings and blocking journalists from the locker rooms. This was the first known case of coronavirus infection among athletes in the professional sports world.

The NBA stopped its season just minutes after Jupert's diagnosis was revealed, leading to months of waiting and a new Disney world plan that would have seemed fictional when the year began.

Goubert captured an enormous amount of strikes - including from his team - because of his negligence before the audition, and the most notorious moments to come when journalists' records jokingly touched after a news conference.

Joubert repeatedly apologized after the test and urged people not to repeat his mistakes. He is reportedly still recovering from his sense of smell, which confirms the long-term risks to the elite athletes who contract the virus. But he still returns to court with jazz, where he scored the first and last points of the game as the team prepares for the most unique seasons in NBA history.

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