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“This was a deeply difficult decision to make and it’s not something I take lightly,” she said at the time. “I understand vaccines have been essential in the effort to end this pandemic; however, taking the vaccine at this time is not in my best interest."

Part-time professional baller Kyrie Irving could actually suit up full-time if the Nets are willing to drop the cash.

The NBA and National Basketball Players Association came to a quick agreement to help tackle the league's current COVID-19 crisis. 

Unvaccinated Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving will be rejoining his team after sitting out the season's first 29 games in protest of the NBA's vaccine mandate. At the same time, a strong wave of COVID-19 is taking the country - and professional hoops league - by storm.

WFT’s Top 2 Quarterbacks Out And Added To COVID-19 List

The news comes days after LeBron tweeted that something was fishy about his COVID situation which led many to believe that it was the league’s way of punishing LeBron for Speaking out against his suspension last week.

Just days after it was announced that basketball icon LeBron James had tested positive for COVID-19, it now appears it all may have been a fluke report after new reports suggest the Los Angeles Lakers star player has recently produced multiple negative COVID tests.

After he tested positive for COVID-19, the loser squad tried to get #LeCovid popping on Twitter but ended up looking wack in the process.

Lebron James is going to miss even more games, this time due to COVID-19.