DePaul-Georgetown game canceled because of coronavirus issue

The Hoyas cited a COVID-19-related issue with the program.

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Georgetown coach Patrick Ewing will not lead his team against DePaul tonight.

Georgetown coach Patrick Ewing will not lead his team against DePaul tonight.

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Georgetown has canceled its men’s basketball game against DePaul on Wednesday night, citing a COVID-19-related issue with the program.

Georgetown (3-8) and DePaul (1-4) are the 10th- and 11th-place teams in the Big East.

Georgetown, coached by Patrick Ewing, is playing home games at on-campus McDonough Arena without fans.

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