The Brooklyn Nets fanbase sits on the edge of their seat to watch their team go head-to-head to earn a spot in the top 6 of the Eastern Conference playoffs. But with Kyrie Irving only able to compete in street games, Kevin Durant remains shorthanded to unleash full force. And somehow, certain sections of NBA fans believe that New York City Mayor Eric Adams is to blame.
For those who don’t know, vaccination regulations have recently changed. However, it says unvaccinated people can enter certain venues around the city, but all workers must have received the vaccination in order to work healthy. That includes, of course, Brooklyn Nets’ Kyrie Irving.
Also read: “Michael Jordan was never part of the 50/40/90 club” Kendrick Perkins…
Will Kyrie Irving be able to play in home games after the regular season?
If the Brooklyn Nets manage to make the playoffs, they will surely pose a threat to watch out for. But with Kyrie Irving not allowed to represent the Nets in home games, the team could remain severely shorthanded as other players have to pull their socks up to fill Irving’s gap on offense.
According to ESPN’s Nick Friedell, “At the moment we are taking a complaint. But when that’s all said and done, people will realize that this is thoughtful administration and we got it right. So baseball, basketball, business, all those things, they have to wait until that shift comes on.”
The strangest thing about all of this? The Brooklyn Nets star can sit at the Barclays Center and watch his team play. No mask or anything. However, Irving is not allowed to dress properly and work, i.e. play basketball, because he is not vaccinated. Fans have seen how capable Kyrie still is, even if she’s only playing part-time. If the 2016 NBA champion is actually on the court every night with Kevin Durant along with their other weapons, this Steve Nash’s army is pretty scary.
Also read: ‘I didn’t know how to love Monica Wright’: Kevin Durant explained…
Also read: BREAKING: Tennessee man convicted of killing ex-NBA player Lorenzen Wright…
https://firstsportz.com/nba-not-again-mannn-kyrie-irving-hit-once-again-with-harsh-reality-check-by-nyc-mayor-eric-adams/ “Not again mann!” Kyrie Irving hit again with a harsh reality check BY NYC Mayor Eric Adams » FirstSportz