Excerpt from the Dayton Daily News
Wright State basketball players are getting all the individual attention they could ever want from coach Scott Nagy these days — at least those who are still practicing.
The Raiders are down to six available bodies after one player tested positive for COVID-19 last week, putting him and five others who haven’t yet had the virus in quarantine in keeping with Greene County health regulations.
But while the one-on-one instruction may be helpful for that half-dozen, Nagy wants to make sure his team isn’t put in this position again.
“We’re going to change the way we practice,” he said. “We’re going to divide the team in two and only bring those two halves together for a certain amount of time so we can go 5 on 5 — but then limit that so if someone does get it, you only have to shut down the people in that certain group, not the whole team.
“The guys who haven’t had it — which, for us, is only five — we’ll kind of split them up, so the most we’d have to shut down if someone (new) gets it is three.
“We’re doing everything we can do.”