Nash gives up Irving for Nets home dates

Kyrie Irving, who claims to be protected by his god, will not be vaccinated against the coronavirus at least for now. His friend Durant has not been able to convince him and the preseason enters its descending phase to make way for official games, so time is short.

Despite the fact that New York City has classified the facility where the Nets train as private and Irving will train, the Barclays Center follows the restrictions imposed by the local authority, by which residents there must be vaccinated for this type of disease. shows.

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The counter of dollars that will fly from the account of the base of Australian origin is running: 16.3 million will stop collecting despite having them signed if he misses all home games of the preseason and the regular season.

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Despite the Nets’ attempt to protect at first, Steve Nash, the team’s coach, has been asked again about the player’s status on the team. The ex of Phoenix, Dallas or Los Angeles Lakers has admitted for the first time that, surely if the situation continues immovable, they will lose Irving for the whole year in the face of home games. In words collected by The New York Post arriving in Philadelphia to continue with pre-season commitments Nash clarifies the position of the franchise:

“I think we already recognize that he will not play the games at home. We take it for granted that we will have to play without him this year, now it depends on when, where and how much. Right now we assume that, but everything can change. Who You know, the city ordinance can change at any time. “

“We’re just going to stay flexible on this. We found out last Monday that he could come to the facility to train, so things can change. No one has been through this before and we value it as we see fit.”

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