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“Running up and down the court a few times, it’s easier to get out of breath, tired a lot faster,” Tatum told reporters Tuesday. “I’ve noticed that since I had COVID. It’s something I’m working on. It’s gotten better since the first game I played but I still deal with it from time to time.”
Tatum returned from having the virus on Jan. 25 after missing more than two weeks of action. He’s struggled since his return, shooting just 39.3 percent in the month of February.
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