EThe hurricane caused by the decision of Kyrie Irving not get vaccinated against coronavirus he seemed to have lessened his meditative strength. However, in recent days the controversy has repositioned around the point guard and his future, which seems increasingly far from New York if he wants to play basketball again.
In fact, in the last hours rumors have been triggered that speak about the alleged interest of the Nets in accepting a transfer for the all-star point guard. Equipment like Philadelphia or New Orleans They have already appeared on the horizon of some Nets that seem to have definitively sentenced one of the masterpieces of their project to try to fight for the ring.
According to the journalist Shams Charania, one of the most prestigious voices in the NBA environment, neither Irving seems willing to change his opinion about vaccination nor do the Nets intend to change his decision to keep the player away from the team.
Kyrie Irving isn’t even close to getting the vaccine and he’s not going to play basketball again unless he’s traded. “
“Kyrie Irving is not even close to getting the vaccine and he is not going to play basketball again unless he gets traded. Unless the Nets show up and tell him they agree and they are going to let him play the away games. and training at home, but it’s not something that’s going to happen. Unless Kyrie gets vaccinated, he’s not going to play basketball with the Nets again. “, assures the journalist.
In recent days the rumor of a possible exit in a three-cushion transfer has been fanned. Come in Brooklyn, Philadelphia and New Orleans. A triple movement ending with Kyrie Irving playing in Philadelphia (city that does not require to be vaccinated to enter the pavilions) next to Naji Marshall y Cam Thomas. For his part Zion Williamson, who is rumored to want to leave the Pelicans, will disembark in Brooklyn with Tomas Satoransky and Jaxson Hayes. And finally the rebel Ben Simmons fulfill his wish not to play for the 76ers anymore and go to the Pelicans with Seth Curry y Matisse Thybulle.