Sport Training for Irving Probably possible - but no home games
James Harden feeling 'better than ever' as he chases championship with Nets
James Harden endured hamstring issues following his trade to the star-studded Brooklyn Nets in January but is now fully fit.Harden missed 23 games in the 2020-21 season due to a hamstring injury, which he aggravated during the Nets' playoffs campaign.
At least the training may expect Brooklyn Nets from the North American basketball league NBA to complete again with her Star Kyrie Irving.
An application in home games is currently not possible because of its unclear vaccination status', how Nets coach Steve Nash suggested before the preparatory game against the Milwaukee Bucks.
Irving was not entitled to play for the game, which is an indication that he has not vaccinated against the Coronavirus and thus does not enter a sports hall in New York. The 29-year-old has emphasized questions about his vaccination status, this is his private matter.
According to a report by the Sender ESPN, he could at least attend training because the appropriate setup of Nets is classified as a private office building. "At least he can train, but we want him for the whole thing," Teamkollege Kevin said Durant. Nash expressed itself reserved. "It sounds like we could have Kyrie away, but I'm not sure if he will play because we have not seen him for a week," said the Nets coach.
To jab or not to jab? Vaccinations still hot topic in sports .
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman let out a faint cough and assured those seated at least 6 feet away that it was allergies, not COVID-19. He had tested negative for the coronavirus three times in the previous week. It allowed the fully vaccinated 69-year-old the opportunity to underscore the message that the virus is still part of the NHL and other professional sports leagues 19 months into the pandemic. “It’s no joke,” Bettman said. “We’re still dealing with COVID, although not in the same ways.”U.S. sports have successfully forced more athletes and staff to get vaccinated than many other industries, in part because the threat of losing pay is so severe.