NBA Rumors: Kyrie Irving Set to Make His Season Debut for Brooklyn

The Brooklyn Nets are getting back to a full lineup as point guard Kyrie Irving will finally make his season debut on Wednesday against the Indiana Pacers.

Irving has been out of the lineup all season due to his vaccination status and it will be a great site to see him back on the floor. Irving is one of the most talented players to get lace up sneakers and the NBA is a better place when he's on the hard court.

The Duke alum recently returned to his Brooklyn teammates as a part-time player as he's only able to play in road games with the exception of both Toronto and Golden State. He's also not able to play at home due to the City of New York's mandates.

Irving would have returned sooner for the team but ironically he entered the league's health and safety protocols on Dec. 18. As it stands right now, Irving along with Kevin Durant and James Harden should all be good to go on Wednesday and give head coach Steve Nash his first glance into just how talented his team could be with a full roster. The Nets sit at 23-11 on the season, good for second place in the entire Eastern Conference.

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