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The city's vaccine mandate will still apply for workers in other jobs.
Kyrie Irving will be sitting out Brooklyn Nets games and practices until he is vaccinated against the coronavirus.
Irving, who has refused to get vaccinated, still can't suit up at home even though the vaccine mandate has been lifted for fans.
"If he was on my team I’d have to put hands on him," the NBA legend said of the Brooklyn Nets star's refusal to get the coronavirus shot.
The star Brooklyn Nets guard responded to hecklers during a game against the Cavaliers in Cleveland.
The NBA legend pulled no punches over Irving's return to the Brooklyn Nets, despite his refusal to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
The team had just announced the guard's return to the organization.
Irving can practice and play in road games but not at home because he doesn’t meet New York City’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate.
"The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" spoof of the vaccine-refusing Brooklyn Nets star is “rated ‘M’ for maybe you should have just gotten vaccinated.”
The NBA legend praised the Brooklyn Nets for benching Irving and slammed comparisons with boxing legend Muhammad Ali.