"I Don't Know What He's Talking About!": Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Blasts Kyrie Irving

NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has been extremely outspoken against anti-vaxxers in recent weeks; this weekend, he went on CNN once again to blast Kyrie Irving and his confusing stance about not getting vaccinated, saying that he wants to do "what feels good" to him.

"What feels good to him can endanger other people," said Kareem. "His teammates, their families, and other people in the Nets organization. If he's going to be around them unvaccinated, he's a risk... He's not being a good teammate... I don't know what he's talking about."

Regarding Irving's confusing Instagram Live "explanation" of why he's not getting vaccinated, and the extremists that are supporting him, Abdul-Jabbar says, "He doesn't seem to understand the people that he's aligned himself with... We can't have that. We have to protect ourselves.

"In order to attend grade school in America... he's already been vaccinated (against rubela, measles, polio, chicken pox). If he doesn't understand that, he's way behind in terms of knowledge, and understanding of what the problem is."

Previously, Kareem had stated that any NBA players not vaccinated are "not behaving like good teammates or good citizens. This is a war we're involved in.

"We're talking about putting other people at risk. Not about whether somebody feels they're macho enough to go against the COVID virus."

Irving has been banned from participating this season with the Nets, due to the New York City vaccine mandates that would bar him from playing in Brooklyn home games, and make him a part-time player.