NEW YORK (AP) — Kyrie Irving might be just the jolt the Brooklyn Nets need to escape a midseason slump. It looks like they’ll find out Wednesday night at Indiana.
After being held out of the team’s first 35 games because he refused to get vaccinated against the coronavirus, Irving is set to make his highly anticipated season debut.
Coach Steve Nash was still finalizing plans for how the guard will be used.
“He could definitely start,” Nash said after the Nets’ morning shootaround. “I think he could play a full chunk of minutes. He’s had three or . . .