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NBA: Nets would be open to trading Kyrie Irving

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The Brooklyn Nets are always open to welcoming Kyrie Irving if he changes his mind and gets the COVID-19 shot, but they are also open to the idea of ​​swapping him, reports the reporter from CUT Ian Begley.

If the team has been studying this possibility for a few weeks, it would not have submitted offers or even started discussions with other clubs.

According to a New York City rule, professional athletes playing for a local club must be vaccinated against COVID-19 to play or train in a public place. Irving therefore cannot play the team’s home games at the Barclays Center. He could still attend the Nets training center or even play the games on the road, but the team decided not to make him play until he is not a “full-time member” of the club.

Irving has one option year at his discretion for the 2022-23 season, after which he will become a free agent.

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