Wood is still in self-isolation and remains under the care of the Pistons' medical staff.
According to the Detroit Free Press, 17 members of the Pistons' traveling party, including five players, were tested for the coronavirus, though nobody outside of Wood had tested positive.
One of the first National Basketball Association players to test positive for the coronavirus reportedly has made a full recovery. In the days following that matchup, Wood already felt fine despite the positive diagnosis.
Detroit Pistons forward Christian Wood is healthy after a bout with the coronavirus, his agent said Wednesday. There needs to be two tests with negative results completed 24 hours apart for someone to be considered recovered, according to Beard.
Jazz center Rudy Gobert was the first National Basketball Association player to test positive for COVID-19 on March 11, prompting the league to suspend the regular season.
Detroit's final game before the season was suspended was on March 11 against the Philadelphia 76ers.
In addition to Wood, Gobert and Mitchell, there are at least 12 other active National Basketball Association players that have tested positive for COVID-19 as of Thursday morning. Nets superstar Kevin Durant, and the Celtics' Marcus Smart are among the other known cases.
Wood has averaged 13.1 points and 6.3 rebounds this season, his fourth in the league, in more than 21 minutes per game for the Pistons.