As more tests go out more positive results will go up. But this will be a good number to look at on a daily basis. Utah overall (112 cases/2147 tests) is also in the 5% range.
Looked at another way: Today, 5.2% of Washington's tests came up with a positive result. Yesterday, 5.9% did. In the 7 days before that, 6.4% of them did. So, there *is* a bit of progress after all. Their number of new positives *as a share of new tests* is slightly declining.
From No. 4: “They would have been dangerous, and interesting, and it stinks on a pure basketball level that we won't see Utah complete its evolution on the NBA's natural timeline.”
A player coming out of the wac conference that is a two time all-American, with three sweet 16 appearances, runner up NPOY, lotto pick, national title runner up, multiple all defense is....a generational career. Miller was generational at Utah. There should be no arguing that