#FreeKyrie Trending After Kyrie Irving Is Able To Sit Courtside At Games, But Not Play

Kyrie Irving is allowed to sit courtside at games in New York, but is not allowed to play.

Not everything makes sense in life, just like not allowing someone to play a game but allowing them to sit courtside at the game.

Kyrie Irving was seen sitting courtside at the Duke – Virginia Tech Saturday where the Hokies defeated the Blue Devils 82-67 Saturday.

It is an extremely confusing process because Irving is able to move freely, maskless, but is not able to play because the private sector mandate that NBA has.

LeBron James took to social media Sunday to voice his displeasure with the situation.

The story takes an ever more interesting turn as he can’t sit with his teammates but can sit courtside and used his personal courtside tickets to watch the Nets play Sunday afternoon.

The NBA and vaccine stuff doesn’t always make sense. This will no doubt be a talking point for the NBA this week as the playoffs approach. There’s no way that the Nets won’t be taking an issue with the fact that Kyrie is allowed to be in the building maskless but not play.


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