Kyrie Irving was fined $50,000 on Friday for attending a personal indoor celebration and will be made to forfeit his wages for any matches missed throughout his inaugural quarantine period.
The NBA decided the Brooklyn Nets celebrity broke the league's wellbeing and security protocol for combating the coronavirus. The team pubs players out of attending indoor social events of 15 or more individuals or entering pubs, lounges, clubs or similar areas of business.
Coach Steve Nash didn't disclose Irving's whereabouts but it had been reported that he had been angry over the violence a week in the U.S. Capitol and might also have taken issue with prosecutors deciding not to charge any officers at the Jacob Blake shooting.
Videos appeared on societal websites over the duration of the week revealing Irving attending his sister's 30th birthday celebration at a New York City metropolitan area institution. He had been spotted dancing, laughing and his sister using all the birthday cake parties.
Another movie showed Irving to a video conference phone using a nyc district attorney candidate and former gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon.
The point guard hasn't commented on his whereabouts during the last week or so.