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If Nets and the NBA really want to, they can let unvaccinated Kyrie Irving play in Brooklyn — for a small fine

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Kyrie should get vaccinated. He should’ve been vaccinated months ago, if not sooner, because the science is clear on its safety. If nothing else, Irving can send a positive message of personal responsibility to the community’s health. He’s the highest-profile holdout in the NBA and, like it or not, a symbol of heroism to the anti-vaxxers. And since Irving hasn’t coherently explained his stance, the message is left up to interpretation. To me, it’s just defiance for the sake of defiance. Irving’s a noted contrarian telling the world, “Nobody can tell me what to do.”

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