Kyrie Irving’s return to full-time status means Brooklyn has no more excuses I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Kyrie Irving scored a game-high 43 points in the Brooklyn Nets’ loss to the Memphis Grizzlies last night on the road. Now, Kyrie can also play at home. New York City mayor Eric Adams said today that the city’s vaccine mandate for athletes has been lifted, which means Kyrie can play in his first home game, starting on Sunday against the Charlotte Hornets. Ric Bucher explains what the change means for Kyrie and the Nets.

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