Kyrie Irving was trending over the weekend after he was seen sitting court-side on the Nets-Knicks sport. Despite with the ability to enter the Barclays Center as a spectator, Kyrie was unable to play within the sport as a result of being unvaccinated. His look sparked outrage amongst his fellow NBA gamers, however it seems to be just like the league cracked down on the Nets for Kyrie getting a bit of too near his teammates.
The NBA has fined the Brooklyn Nets $50,000 for permitting Kyrie to enter the crew’s locker room throughout Sunday’s sport. The league introduced the penalty in a proper assertion on Monday.
“The Brooklyn Nets organization has been fined $50,000 for violating local New York City law and league health and safety protocols during the team’s March 13th game against the New York Knicks at Barclays Center, the NBA announced today,” the assertion reads.
“The violation occurred when the Nets permitted Kyrie Irving, who was in attendance at the game, to enter the team’s locker room.”
Kevin Durant and LeBron James expressed their frustration with Kyrie being compelled to sit down out of the sport, regardless of common COVID restrictions being lifted in New York City. Apparently, there are non-public sector mandates the league should abide by, which KD known as “ridiculous” on Sunday.
“It’s ridiculous,” Durant informed reporter Malika Andrews. “At this point now someone is trying to make a statement or a point to flex their authority. There are unvaccinated people in this building already.”
LeBron James shared an identical sentiment as he agreed with a tweet stating the protocol goes past any stage of widespread sense.
“FACTS FACTS FACTS!! It literally makes ABSOLUTELY ZERO SENSE!!!,” LeBron wrote. “They say if common sense was common then we’d all have it. Ain’t that the truth. #FreeKyrie.”
The Brooklyn Nets haven’t responded to reviews of the superb.
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