At least some of the Carrie Irving headaches are behind them.
On Friday, New York designated the HSS Training Center, a Brooklyn Nets practice facility, a private office building, According to Athletic. This means that Carrie Irving can practice at home despite her insecure status.
Nets coach Steve Nash said he was hopeful Irving would join the team for practice on Saturday, but could not confirm that would happen.
Nash told the media on Friday, “Welcome back to the building and make him part of the team.
However, the Barclays Center remains another story.
Due to the city’s vaccination mandate, Irving is still not allowed to play in the Nets’ home court – or in the Garden, when he faces Nix.
He is not yet ready for the pre-season game and if he is disqualified from playing, he could lose up to 43 games and be paid 38 381,000 per absence.