Kyrie Irving had upset quite a few people with his actions which is considered to be violation of NBA rules concerning coronavirus. Stephen A Smith was even suggesting that he should retire from the game, but it seems a conclusion has come to the infraction.
According to Malika Andrews of ESPN, Kyrie has undergone a five-day quarantine and will return to the court on Saturday. Irving who now has to pay a $50,000 fine for violating the NBA’s COVID-19 policy. This certainly isn’t ideal for the star although it’s an indication that the league is very serious about keeping its players safe during these difficult times.
When Kyrie returns to the court, he will be up against the Orlando Magic, and we’re sure fans are excited to see what kind of effort he will put forward.
Irving will have to forfeit the salary for the games he missed in a five day quarantine, which ends Saturday, the league says. https://t.co/cig2FhmZiU
— Malika Andrews (@malika_andrews) January 15, 2021
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