Nets Preparing For Irving To Make NBA Season Debut

Kyrie Irving's Return
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The Brooklyn Nets are preparing for Kyrie Irving to make his NBA season debut Wednesday against the Indiana Pacers, sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.

Irving, who is not vaccinated for COVID-19, hasn't played all season because of the Nets' decision before the regular season not to allow him to participate because of New York City's vaccine mandate.

The Nets reversed course last month after a variety of injuries and issues related to COVID-19 pushed them to allow Irving to participate in road games. The Nets had as many as 10 players in the health and safety protocols at one time and had three games postponed. Read more.

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