Madison Square Garden Company chairman and CEO James Dolan has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, the New York Knicks announced Saturday night. The team said Dolan, 64, is experiencing "little to no symptoms" but is in self-isolation. The team said he "continues to oversee business operations." As chairman and CEO of MSG, Dolan oversees the NBA's Knicks, the NHL's New York Rangers and Madison Square Garden arena. The Knicks have not played since March 11 in Atlanta, the night the NBA suspended the season in the wake of Rudy Gobert's positive coronavirus test. The Rangers last played that same night in Colorado, the NHL suspending its season the next day. It's uncertain where or when Dolan would have contracted the virus, but the New York area has been hit hardest by the coronavirus in the United States.