The Kyrie Irving saga rages on.
As Irving remains unvaccinated – meaning he can’t play home games – the Nets had to make a decision.
Sure enough, Brooklyn GM Sean Marks sent out a statement on Tuesday that Kyrie Irving would remain away from the team for as long as he refuses the vaccine.
Nets Gives Kyrie An Ultimatum If He Wants To Play This Seasonhttps://t.co/S0w9fFJEQd
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When speaking on the situation, ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith said that he’s hearing that the Nets are completely ‘disgusted’ with Kyrie Irving, and looking to give him away for anything.
“They’d give his ass away for a box of cookies if they could.”
– Stephen A. Smith on the Nets relationship with Kyrie Irving pic.twitter.com/025pkeVHGV
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The Nets have publicly said that while they respect Kyrie Irving’s personal decision not to take the vaccine, but they have to act with who’s going to be available on their roster.
Since Brooklyn signed Kyrie, he’s been nothing but an extreme distraction. Last season, the point guard caused a stir when he took an unannounced hiatus from the team following the Capitol Building riot.
Perhaps Stephen A is right. And the Nets simply have just have enough of Kyrie Irving.
It might not be so easy to get rid of him, though.