Michael Jordan fully support NBA’s COVID-19 rules


Charlotte Hornets team owner Michael Jordan has no objection on the implemented
COVID-19 rules by the NBA.
The league has been in a kind of a battle with some players who refuse to get
vaccinated, to be more specific some star players.
“I am in total unison with the league. And I think everybody’s been speaking about the
vaccinations, and you know, I’m a firm believer in science,” Jordan said in “Today”
“I’m gonna stick with that, and hopefully everybody abides by whatever the league sets
as rules. I think once everybody buys in we’re gonna be fine.”
The NBA orders players to get vaccinated to be able to play in home and away games,
however, not all are following the rules due to their beliefs and other stuff.
One of the most notable is Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving, who until now has yet to be
vaccinated. His co-stars Kevin Durant and James Harden are already fully vaccinated.
This is now the dilemma of the Nets if they can afford to play Irving as part-time.
Would it also be worth it for his contract? This and more looming questions are yet to be
answered with few days left before the new NBA season begins.