Some players refuse to shoot.
Just in case you haven’t noticed, captains of US industry aren’t too thrilled that their workers are refusing to receive a round of COVID-19 vaccines and government officials at least in New York and San Francisco aren’t. will not leave you indoors without a vaccine. This extends to the National Basketball Association. Apparently, NBA team owners are fed up with players who don’t shoot or two or three. Theoretically, owners and players should negotiate a vaccine deal through the collective agreement to allow all players to get the shot. But the NBA has a mechanism for dealing with unvaccinated players. You miss a game or two or three because you’re not vaccinated and can’t play in Brooklyn, San Francisco, or Manhattan because local laws don’t allow unvaccinated people in arenas, you don’t. get paid and it could cost unvaccinated gamers millions of dollars in New York and San Francisco.
Brooklyn Nets player Kyrie Irving was not vaccinated at the time of league media day and when asked about the vaccine he asked reporters to respect his privacy. Irving, who is the vice president of the players’ association, liked social media posts from someone on Instagram who said vaccines implanted microchips as part of a “Satan’s plan.” Too bad for privacy. Golden State Warriors player Andrew Wiggins wanted a religious league exemption allowing him not to be vaccinated and was denied, meaning he cannot play in San Francisco. Orlando Magic player Jonathan Isaac criticized Dr Anthony Fauci, America’s leading infectious disease expert. In Isaac’s mind, vaccines cannot be trusted because vaccines were made by humans. Everyone connected to the NBA has to get a shot or two or three except the players and that’s a problem.
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