Kyrie Irving's vaccination status the talk of Nets media day: 'I'd like to keep that stuff private'September 27, 2021
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Kyrie Irving’s vaccination status was the talk of NBA media day as the Brooklyn Nets opened camp and began preparing for a potential run to the Finals.
Irving wasn’t attending the team’s media day in person due to New York City’s COVID-19 protocols, and he received plenty of questions about his vaccination status and whether he would be compliant before the start of the NBA season.
Brooklyn Nets point guard Kyrie Irving (11) reacts after a three point shot against the Milwaukee Bucks during the third quarter of game one of the Eastern Conference semifinals of the 2021 NBA Playoffs at Barclays Center.
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“Obviously I’m not able to be present there today. But that doesn’t mean that I’m putting any limits on the future of me being able to join the team. And I just want to keep it that way, so we can keep that private. But if anyone has any further questions about that, it’ll be the same response. I would like to keep that private, and just please respect that — my privacy.”
Irving talked to reporters via Zoom and Instagram Live. He was the subject of a wild Rolling Stone report claiming he was leading a syndicate of players who refused to be vaccinated against the coronavirus. He was accused in the report of being a “conspiracy theorist.”
“I expect it not to be [an issue],” Durant said. “That’s on Kyrie. That’s his personal decision. What he does is not on us to speculate. I expect us to have our whole team at some point.”
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