Durant and Harden get excited: Kyrie Irving could play Nets games at home if they pay $5K

One of the narratives of the season NBA 2021-22 with more suspense was if Kyrie Irving could play with the Brooklyn Nets By not getting vaccinated against the coronavirus and after the thousand and one rumors of a possible bomb exchange, the point guard managed to start playing, but only in away games.

As soon as he stepped on a court for the first time in the 2021-22 season, the change was felt in the Nets. Irving played the season opener against the Indiana Pacers on Jan. 5, 2022, and reported with 22 points, 3 rebounds and 4 assists. With Kyrie, Brooklyn once again had the ‘Big-3’ most fearsome in the NBA with Kevin Durant and James Harden.

When the three stars of Brooklyn nets on the court is at another price and that was noticeable in the second game of Kyrie Irving, since Harden was not present and the team lost 114 to 108 with the Portland Trail Blazers despite the 22 points, 8 rebounds and 4 assists from the star point guard.

So that the ‘Big-3’ of the Nets have chemistry, understand each other with their eyes closed and work like a Swiss watch, it takes games, minutes and filming in the NBA. Until the game against the Chicago Bulls on Wednesday, January 12, Irving, Durant, and Harden They’ve played 15 games together, but… There’s hopeful news!

Kyrie Irving could play Brooklyn Nets home games in the 2021-22 NBA

According to Stefan Bondy, from the New York Daily News portal (News), Kyrie Irving could play in Brooklyn Nets home games if the team pay a $5,000 fine for failing to comply with the sanction of the executive order of former Mayor Bill de Blasio.


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