Nets good!New York’s new mayor has spoken out against unfair quarantine rules, and Michael Irving is expected to play at home

On February 17, Beijing time, NBA commissioner Silver appeared on ESPN, in the program, he talked about New York’s quarantine regulations.”I think it is very stupid, if this provision is to protect the people in the arena, so no vaccination visiting player can play a ball game in the barclays center, while the home team players not line, this is not very reasonable,” said Sheldon silver, “they should re-examine the rule, with the new mayor took office, we could see this soon changed.”New York’s new mayor, Eric Adams, took office on January 1, 2022.It is worth mentioning that Adams was asked about the topic by reporters at the first time, and he also responded to Silver’s remarks.”First of all, I think it’s unfair that athletes from other cities can come here without being vaccinated, while athletes from New York have to be vaccinated.It’s not fair. I don’t know if the fans in Boston made that rule [former Mayor Bill de Blasio is a Boston Red Sox fan].”His jest at the former mayor was met with laughter.However, Adams did not say he would change the quarantine rules soon.”I was really, really careful not to send the wrong message.Another lockdown keeps me up at night.””Frankly, I’m working on it,” Adams said on the show.Nets reporter analysis, Adams did not give a clear answer in the interview.He didn’t say he would change the rules, but he didn’t say he wouldn’t either.However, he expressed his opinion that the current quarantine regulations are unfair.If Adams finally changes the rules, Irving could play home games for the Nets without getting a shot.So far this season, Irving has averaged 24.1 points, 4.8 rebounds and 5.4 assists in 14 road games for the Nets, who are 4-10.The Nets are 30-27 and eighth in the Eastern Conference.

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