Ben Golliver

national NBA writer, Washington Post

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The NBA says players will not get paid if they miss a game due to local vaccine mandates. So far, about 90% of the players are vaccinated, including LeBron James.

NBA won’t pay athletes who miss games because they’re not vaccinated. Will more players get their shots?

The NBA says players will not get paid if they miss a game due to local vaccine mandates. So far, about 90% of the players are vaccinated, including LeBron James.

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