After officially signing with the Brooklyn Nets on Thursday afternoon, Michael Beasley has made his way to Orlando, Florida, where he began the league-mandated quarantine.

During a conference call with reporters, Nets general manager Sean Marks said that Beasley arrived at the team's hotel, passed a physical examination and must test negative for the coronavirus for six consecutive days before he is cleared to join the team at practice.

The Nets had vacant substitute roster spots after Spencer Dinwiddie, DeAndre Jordan and Taurean Prince tested positive for the coronavirus. Marks said that Tyler Johnson did not travel with the team for personal reasons but will be joining the group in Orlando.

Jamal Crawford will fill one of the other two vacant spots, a source told ESPN, confirming a report by The Athletic.