Kyrie Irving might just be back playing full time.
The Brooklyn Nets ended his suspension from the team and have allowed him to compete in Nets road games, since the New York City vaccine mandate does not allow for him to play in home games in Brooklyn. However, a resolution for that disallowance may have been revealed.
The New York Daily News reported that the Brooklyn Nets could just pay a fine to the City of New York for each of their home games to allow Kyrie to play. When former mayor Bill de Blasio signed executive order for the vaccine mandate, he included cash penalties for noncompliance.
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Kyrie Irving could be available in Nets home games if Brooklyn is willing to pay a ‘small fine’, per @SBondyNYDN
1st offense: Warning.
2nd offense: $1K fine.
3rd offense: $2K fine.
4th offense: $5K fine.
5th offense to infinity offenses: $5K fine
— NBA Central (@TheNBACentral) January 12, 2022
after paying a total of $3,000 for the first three offenses, the Nets would pay $5,000 for each time Kyrie plays a home game, in which they have 20 more for the rest of the regular season.
A small price to pay.
Is winning that important?