Report: Nets' Kyrie Irving to Miss Home Games 'For Foreseeable Future' Due to Vaccination Status

Report: Nets' Kyrie Irving to Miss Home Games 'For Foreseeable Future' Due to Vaccination Status


Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving will reportedly miss every Nets home game in New York “for the foreseeable future” since he still has not taken any of the various coronavirus vaccines.

New York City’s coronavirus mitigation rules require all pro athletes to be vaccinated before being allowed to enter a city arena or stadium. Still, Irving has continued to stonewall the rule, refusing to get vaccinated or talk much about it to the press.

Now, according to NJ.com’s Adam Zagoria, Nets management is reporting that Irving will be out of commission for home games at Barclays Center until or unless he gets vaccinated.

“I think we recognize he’s not playing home games,” Nets coach Steve Nash said on Sunday. “We’re going to have

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