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Sports mental health expert Eric Kussin explains how Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert should deal with the aftermath of being the first professional athlete to publicly test positive for COVID-19. USA TODAY

Last month, reports of his relationship with Donovan Mitchell being strained in the wake of their coronavirus diagnosis were overblown. 

Their boss Tuesday seemed to echo that sentiment. In , Jazz executive vice president of basketball operations Dennis Lindsey said that his two star players are moving on from the drama that surrounded them in the wake of Gobert –  – and Mitchell contracting COVID-19. 

“They’re ready to put this behind them, move forward, act professionally,” Lindsey said.

“Look, the COVID-19 night was

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