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Unvaccinated players will be ineligible to play in Toronto vs Raptors next season

Unvaccinated players will be ineligible to play in Toronto vs the Raptors next season, the NBA has informed teams.

Even though the NBA won’t have COVID-19 protocols in place for the 2022/23 season, nothing changes on Canada’s COVID-19 vaccine mandates.

“Sources: NBA informed teams via memo today that, as it stands, non-vaccinated NBA players without a valid medical reason will still be ineligible to play in Toronto for the 2022-23 season,” Jake Fischer of Bleacher Report wrote on Twitter.

If Canada maintains its vaccine mandates, then expect players like Kyrie Irving, Michael Porter Jr. and Matisse Thybulle to be ineligible to play vs the Raptors.

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