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NBA's New 'Shot' Clock: COVID-19 Vaccine Holdouts Stand Firm as Season Tip-off Nears

NBA star Bradley Beal of the Washington Wizards said he "thinks" about getting the coronavirus vaccine, but doesn’t feel pressured to do so. (Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
 

By    |   Thursday, 30 September 2021 06:54 AM

Though about 90% of NBA players are vaccinated against COVID-19, numerous members of the league – including several stars – are refusing to get jabbed, showing the campaign to inoculate Americans is no slam dunk even in a sport dominated by the "woke."

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Though about 90% of NBA players are vaccinated against COVID-19, numerous members of the league - including several stars - are refusing to get jabbed, showing the campaign to inoculate Americans is no slam dunk even in a sport dominated by the "woke." The reasons for not...
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