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Nets would still welcome Kyrie Irving back if city’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate changes

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NEW YORK — The Nets would welcome Kyrie Irving back with open arms if he becomes eligible to play at Barclays Center again. That could happen if the city’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate gets changed by mayor-elect Eric Adams. The current mandate requires the Big Apple’s professional athletes be vaccinated against COVID-19 to play at home games in any of the five boroughs and was established by current mayor Bill de Blasio. But that kind of change would still be about two months away from possibly happening. “I might be speaking out of turn,” Nets head coach Steve Nash said ahead of their tip-off ag…

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