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Sean Marks confident that unvaccinated Nets players will be vaccinated and eligible before start of season

Sep 21, 2021 0 comments


Nets general manager Sean Marks put many basketball fans minds at ease that while a couple players are still unvaccinated on the roster, he anticipates they will be in the near future and be practicing with the team in time for the start of the season.

Due to a multitude of reasons, Marks did not divulge what players he was referring to or a specific timeline, but understood that the vaccine matter is a personal choice.

New York City along with San Francisco have already mandated vaccines for employees are anyone looking to enter an arena or entertainment venue and that applies to all Nets and Knicks players.

On the federal level, President Joe Biden has instituted a mandatory vaccine requirement for employees at that companies employ over 100 people.

The NBA has yet to make a league wide mandate, but based on Marks' comments, that may also be on the table.

The health and eligibility of the Nets players to start the season was a major taking point this off-season and source of angst, but it appears that hurdle has been cleared.


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