On October 9th, Beijing time, a report from the famous reporter of “The Athletic” Samas Chalanya said that informed sources revealed that the New York City government has confirmed that the Nets training venue (HSS training center) is a Private office facilities, so Kyrie Irving can train in this training venue.
But Irving was unable to play at the Barclays Center, home of the Nets, until he fulfilled the vaccination requirements.
In fact, according to the anti-epidemic regulations issued by New York and San Francisco, if Irving insists on not being vaccinated, he will miss at least 45 regular season games in the new season.
Today the Nets will play at home against the Bucks in the preseason. Before the game, Nets coach Steve Nash said in an interview that the current plan is for Irving to participate in Sunday training.
According to the schedule, the Nets will play away against the 76ers in the preseason next Tuesday. Will Irving make his debut? “There is no final conclusion at this stage,” Nash said, “because Irving hasn’t been with the team for a week. What I can say at the moment is that he may follow the team to the away game.”
ESPN salary expert Bob Max has previously revealed that the NBA and the players union have reached an agreement that if players who have not been vaccinated due to local epidemic prevention regulations absent from home games, 1/91.6 of the current season’s salary will be deducted for each game. Taking Irving as an example, his loss per game is about 381,000 US dollars.
The 29-year-old Irving averaged 34.9 minutes per game in the regular season last season, surrendering 26.9 points, 4.8 rebounds, 6.0 assists and 1.4 steals.Return to Sohu to see more
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