Miami Heat rookie guard Kendrick Nunn is scheduled to be cleared from self-isolation quarantine Wednesday by the NBA, provided he continues to produce negative COVID-19 test results.

Nunn left the league's Disney World bubble setting last week because of a personal matter, returning late Saturday night. He then was subject to quarantine, with the length of that isolation based on testing while away, test results, as well the extent of exposure to others.

The timing could have Nunn available for Wednesday's 8 p.m. game against the Oklahoma City Thunder, although the lack of court time in these intervening days could forestall that return until Friday's 4 p.m. game against the Indiana Pacers, the Heat's final regular-season game in the "seeding" round.