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14 Oct 2021 05:22:16
What if there was a Irving & Westbrook swap?

OKC trio back at it

Kyrie & Lebron back together plus AD



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14 Oct 2021 08:17:49
Nets say no Kevin Durant doesn’t want Russell Westbrook doesn’t help them to complete for championship and plus they’re rivals they going against each other Nets will never do a deal with Lakers you’re so crazy!

14 Oct 2021 09:53:02
The nets and the lakers are rivals?? lmao

14 Oct 2021 11:23:43
Good idea - in NY Irving will not play this season - also if Nets get less back in Westbrook - at least they have a starter - if Kyrie is happy in LA, I do not know - but a least he is allowed to play - and will get his money : )

14 Oct 2021 13:55:33
Never knew I could be crazy for giving a What If? Situation lol.

14 Oct 2021 14:13:14
If the Lakers had a guarantee that Kyrie wouldn't retire, then this trade makes perfect sense for both sides. Maybe Kyrie would want to honor Kobe by suiting up for the Lakers. However, I think he'd rather retire than play with LeBron again.

14 Oct 2021 14:56:21
LA passed a mandate as well, so he couldn’t play there either.

14 Oct 2021 15:51:42
@Bmiller proof of a negative c.v. test allows you to play at Staples Center. Kyrie could play there, he'd just have to get tested all the time.

14 Oct 2021 22:15:45
Passed on Oct 7th

Los Angeles became the third city to pass a sweeping c.v. vax mandate that will impact its NBA and NHL teams, joining New York and San Francisco.

The ordinance, which was passed on Wednesday, will go into effect November 29.

Starting that day, anyone entering, among other facilities, indoor gyms, including Staples Center, the home of the NBA’s Los Angeles Lakers and LA Clippers and National Hockey League’s Los Angeles Kings, will have to be fully vaccinated, meaning 14 days past their last dose of the c.v. vax.

Both the Lakers and Clippers said last month that their teams are, or are in the process of being, fully vaccinated. The NHL’s Kings also said they are fully vaccinated as a team.

As it is in New York, there is an exemption in L. A. for “non-resident performers, ” meaning the mandate will apply only to members of the Lakers and Clippers and not to players on opposing teams.

14 Oct 2021 22:18:14
The positive test results exception applies to GUESTS, not to actually Lakers and Clippers team members.

14 Oct 2021 22:44:35
@Fredman, the LA Times: "Yet in Los Angeles, an unvaccinated Laker or Clipper could apparently still take part in home games, provided they provide proof of a negative test to comply with the county health order as it applies to Staples Center. "



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