Kyrie Irving May Be Able To Possibly Return Unvaccinated in January

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After the Brooklyn Nets released their decision on unvaccinated Kyrie Irving, the ball is now in his court when it comes to playing basketball this season

Can an unvaccinated Kyrie Irving get back on the court in January?

A change in the New York City Mayor’s office could potentially set a path for Nets superstar Kyrie Irving to return to the Brooklyn Nets.

Mayor-elect Eric Adams plans to “revisit” the city’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate rules once he takes office, according to the New York Post.

“We need to revisit how we are going to address the vaccine mandates. Now, I stated I did not want to Monday-morning-quarterback the mayor [Bill de Blasio]. This is his time to be the man, he has to make the decisions,” Adams said on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” per the Post.


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He added on CNN’s “New Day” that “I hope the mayor — and I am encouraging him to do that — to sit down with unions and come to a resolution. And if he doesn’t, if this is still going to January, I’m going to sit down with them and we’re going to get this resolved.”

The team has said that Kyrie can only return as a “full participant,” meaning either he gets vaccinated or New York’s regulations change.

Sounds like regulations changes might just be the ticket for Kyrie.


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