Are the Brooklyn Nets About to Make Unvaccinated Kyrie Irving a Full-Time Player?

Are the Brooklyn Nets About to Make Unvaccinated Kyrie Irving a Full-Time Player?


Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving became the most controversial figure of the NBA before the season for his decision to remain unvaccinated. 

Due to NYC’s COVID-19 jab mandate, Irving’s personal choice resulted in the star sitting out games played at the Barclays Center.

Rather than allowing Irving to be a part-time player, the Nets suspended him until he fulfilled the COVID-19 inoculation requirement to suit up in NYC.

Nets GM Sean Marks statement on Brooklyn's decision to sit Kyrie Irving until he fulfills NYC vaccination rules: pic.twitter.com/4LBIQXt7al

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But the widespread COVID-19 outbreak in the highly-inoculated NBA prompted Nets management to let Irving play away games.

Irving has played in multiple road contests for

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