Here are Nets’ options for replacing Kyrie Irving by committee

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NEW YORK — Kyrie Irving is not walking through those Barclays Center (or practice court) doors. Until either Irving’s COVID-19 vaccination status or New York City’s vaccine mandate changes, the Nets are operating as if their superstar guard is no longer part of the team. He officially will not be a part-time player; he will either get vaccinated or watch from the sidelines. Which means someone else has big shoes to fill, and the Nets’ championship hopes may be a size too big for their feet. Three superstars are greater than two, and without Irving — and yes, even with Kevin Durant and James Ha…

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