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NBA: The Nets could ‘sign’ Irving for home games in the playoffs

Kyrie Irving could finish the season playing the games of the Nets as locals, something that he cannot do now. A mandate from the city of New York


could finish the season playing the games of the Nets as locals, something that he cannot do now. A mandate from the city of New York It prevents the base from entering closed areas with a large influx of public, since he has not yet been vaccinated against the coronavirus.

However, everything indicates that the laws are going to change in the near future. New York has a plan to phase out the vaccine mandate in the coming weeks, according to the mayor. Eric Adams. If those restrictions are finally relaxed, Irving will be allowed to play the team’s games in brooklyn.

It will be a sensational ‘signing’ for the Nets, since the base has averages of 24.1 points, 4.8 rebounds and 5.4 assists in the 14 games that he has played so far. The Nets separated him from the team by not wanting to have a player who would only participate in away games, but faced with a plague of casualties caused by the coronavirus, they backed down and let him participate in away games.

This incorporation of Irving could be joined by the return of Kevin Durant, who is already hastening his recovery from a knee injury. And also the premiere of Ben Simmonsnewcomer to the Nets in the transfer of james harden to the Sixers. In Brooklyn they are going to have to fit in a new ‘Big Three’.