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Basketball, Irving: 'I did the right thing for me'


Nets playmaker excluded from Nba because he refuses Anticovid vaccine. (HANDLE)

Kyrie Irving of the Brooklyn Nets says she is "doing what's best" for him by rejecting the Covid-19 vaccine. A choice, his, which presupposes the exclusion from the next NBA championship. The Nets have said the point guard will not play until he is deemed eligible to become a "full participant" in the league under New York City's Covid-19 vaccine rules. Irving is not vaccinated, but regulations state that all athletes who play or train in the city must be. The 29-year-old says he won't bow to pressure to get vaccinated. Speaking about his story on Instagram Live Wednesday, Irving said, "Do what's best for you, but I'm not a supporter of either side.I'm doing what's best for me. I know the consequences, and if it means I'm going to be judged and demonized for that, that's okay. ”Irving has been in the All-Star seven times and played 54 games with the Nets' tank in the past regular season. NBA recently made it known that any 'no-vax' player will not be paid for the games they miss.

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