Nets secure Kyrie Irving is anticipated to miss out on Brooklyn house video games for the “foreseeable future,” according to NJ.com’s Adam Zagoria.
Irving remained in presence at Nets practice on Sunday after New York authorities considered the HSS Training Center in Brooklyn a “personal center.” The classification permits Irving to experiment the Nets, however he still can not dip into the Barclays Center up until he gets the COVID-19 vaccine.
” I believe we acknowledge he’s not playing house video games,” Nets coach Steve Nash informed press reporters in Brooklyn on Sunday. “We’re going to need to for sure play without him this year. It simply depends on when, where and how much.”
Irving will not sign up with the Nets for Monday’s preseason video game versus the 76 ers, per Nash. Irving would miss out on all 41 of Brooklyn’s house video games in 2021-22 if he does not get the COVID-19 vaccine, along with roadway video games versus the Knicks, Warriors, Lakers and Clippers.
Brooklyn opens its season in Milwaukee on Oct. 19, a contest that might include Irving in the Nets’ lineup. The Nets return house on Oct. 24 to begin a six-game homestand.
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