While there was a COVID-19 scare involving Philadelphia 76ers All-Stars Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid, it appears that the rest of the NBA escaped All-Star Weekend without any positive COVID-19 cases, according to ESPN.
Players, coaches and officials COVID test results all returned negative from All-Star Game on Sunday, league spokesman tells ESPN. No on-court infections in Atlanta. Everyone was tested three times in Atlanta, including post-game last night.— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) March 8, 2021
Simmons and Embiid were sent home as part of contact tracing after they both were deemed a close contact of a barber that tested positive for COVID-19. The pair did not play in the All-Star game on Sunday night.