Saturday, 30 May, 2020

Ex-Hoya, ex-Knick, current Georgetown coach Ewing has COVID

Knicks legend, Georgetown coach Patrick Ewing tests positive for coronavirus Patrick Ewing Tests Positive For Coronavirus
Cary Erickson | 23 May, 2020, 04:11

"I want to share that I have tested positive for COVID-19", Ewing wrote in a tweet.

Georgetown coach Patrick Ewing has tested positive for the coronavirus, the school announced Friday. Ewing also made sure to let people know that they should be taking the virus seriously and that it is truly no laughing matter. Now more than ever, I want to thank healthcare workers and everyone on the front lines.

While Ewing is now in the hospital with the disease, it appears as though he is stable and is being properly isolated from other people. "I'll be fine and get through this".

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As a player, the 7-foot Ewing helped Georgetown win the 1984 NCAA men's basketball championship and reach two other title games.

Ewing, is the latest notable basketball figure to test positive for the virus, which has killed almost 100,000 Americans. In April 2017, he returned to Georgetown for his first job as a head coach at any level, replacing Thompson's son in that job with the Hoyas.

Ewing also won two gold medals as a member of the United States men's basketball teams at the 1988 and 1992 Olympic games. Ewing was a legend with the New York Knicks and was one of the greatest players of his generation. He's compiled a 49-46 overall record in three seasons with the Hoyas, and led them to a 15-17 record this season before play was halted due to the coronavirus pandemic.