LeBron James said on Tuesday that he did not believe people had the right to judge the status of vaccination.
James commented inside Los Angeles Lakers Touch Media Day, Vaccine and the addition of his team’s former league MVP Russell Westbrook.
But even though James was “very skeptical about everything,” he confirmed that he was completely vaccinated before deciding that it was “the right thing,” so it was a central stage. It was vaccination against Covid-19.
“I don’t talk about other people or what they should do,” James said. “We are talking about individual bodies. We are not talking about political, racist, or police atrocities. I personally have others talking about my body or I don’t think you should be involved in what you do for your life.
“I know what I did for me and my family … but as long as I talk to everyone about their personality and what they want to do, it’s not my job.”
Lakers coach Frank Vogel said the team will be 100% vaccinated. “I’m very proud of our commitment,” Vogel said.
The vaccination rate for the entire league is about 90%, which is much higher than the average US population. However, Rolling Stone Story Former James teammate Brooklyn Nets’ All-Star Kyrie Irving strongly suggested that he was not vaccinated. New York City law prohibits unvaccinated people from entering the sports arena. So Irving couldn’t play Netz’s home game without a Covid-19 shot.
James also mentioned the addition of Westbrook and what the two-year top scorer with the Lakers needs to do.
“We need Russ to be Russ,” James said. “We don’t have to change the lath for anyone. That’s why we got him.”
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