Restrictions in New York do not allow unvaccinated athletes to participate in team practice or matches.
Basketball The NBA team Brooklyn Nets is in a special situation, as the team has to cope without their star player Kyrie Irving in all their home games of the season.
The reason for the exceptional situation is that Irving has not taken the coronavirus vaccine.
Strict restrictions have been placed in New York that unvaccinated athletes are not allowed to participate in team practice or matches.
“He doesn’t play in home games. We will definitely have to play aircraft with him this year. It’s about where, when and how much, ”Nets’ head coach Steve Nash commented on the basketball reporter for the New York Post Brian Lewisin by.
Irving, 29, has won the NBA championship once in his career, played seven times in a star match, won Olympic gold in Rio in 2016 and World Cup gold in Spain in 2014.
Last season, the backman scored an average of 26.9 points in 54 regular season matches with a throwing accuracy of over 50 percent.