Magic's Terrence Ross returns to bubble after non-COVID tests, in quarantine

Orlando Magic guard Terrence Ross has returned to the NBA's bubble at Walt Disney World after undergoing off-site medical tests not related to COVID-19, the team said Tuesday.

Ross left the bubble after Sunday's game against the Boston Celtics because of a "personal matter" that required off-site tests. The Magic said the "league-physician advised tests" came back negative.

Ross can return to action once he clears quarantine, but he will not be available for Tuesday's game against the Brooklyn Nets.

Ross, 29, is Orlando's third-leading scorer this season, averaging 14.7 points per game.

Also, Michael Carter-Williams (foot tendon strain), Evan Fournier (illness) and Aaron Gordon (hamstring) will not play against the Nets and are listed as day-to-day.