A spokeswoman for Irving declined to respond to a list of questions regarding his vaccination and playing status, and Irving did not immediately respond to a message from Rolling Stone. But as teams return to pre-season training camps next week, fifty to sixty NBA players have yet to receive a single vaccine dose, league sources tell RS. Most are considered merely reluctant skeptics. Some of the holdouts, however, amount to their own shadow roster of anti-vaxxers mounting a behind-the-scenes resistance to Covid protocols — and the truth.
September 26, 2022 | 7:00 pm EDT Update
Matt George: Davion Mitchell talks about playing with De’Aaron Fox, not just backing him up, and how Fox is an under appreciated defender. (Sorry for the video rotation) pic.twitter.com/BjFuALtJhQ
Matt George: Domantas Sabonis talks about working with Davion Mitchell, the next level of his & De’Aaron Fox’s partnership, and Mike Brown. pic.twitter.com/svedS5LtWL
Eric Walden: NAW said it’s scary to him to adopt the perception that there will be more opportunity for him this season. He’s just trying to control what he can: “It’s about making sure I give him reasons to play me, whether it’s last year’s team or this year’s.”
Salman Ali: Kevin Porter on his contract situation: “I stopped worrying about that last year… I have a team that represents me and they handle that part. For me, I just come in and try to be the best player I can be. It’s hasn’t been weighing on me.”
Golden State Warriors PR: Warriors announce roster for 2022-23 Training Camp, fueled by Gatorade: pic.twitter.com/Ci2ARphju6
Clutch Points: “I watched it a lot, and then I was getting tagged in it everyday. I actually did like the pose for it.” @Royce O’Neale on the Brian Windhorst meme that took the internet by storm 😂 pic.twitter.com/ggYvAYPEwV