NBA Player Says He Got Blood Clot From COVID Vaccine

According to Atlanta Hawks player Brandon Goodwin, he got blood clots from taking the COVID vaccine.

He said he was fine until he took it.

He then outlined that people tried to tell him it wasn’t the vaccine and that the Hawks told him not to tell anybody.

He was released by the Hawks after being diagnosed.





This comes as another NBA Player, Kyrie Irving, continues to not be able to play in the NBA due to him not being vaccinated.

From Epoch Times:

Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving reacted to his team’s recent statement regarding his COVID-19 vaccination status by claiming he hopes to play against but said, “This is my life.”

The All-Star shared his thoughts during an Instagram Live post on Wednesday. Irving stated he is neither for nor against the coronavirus vaccines and understands there are consequences regarding his decision.

“The financial consequences, I know I do not want to even do that,” Irving said in the video. “But it is reality that in order to be in New York City, in order to be on a team, I have to be vaccinated. I chose to be unvaccinated, and that was my choice, and I would ask you all to just respect that choice.”

Irving also extended his hope that he wants to play again in the NBA with his teammates.

“I am going to just continue to stay in shape, be ready to play, be ready to rock out with my teammates and just be part of this whole thing. This is not a political thing. This is not about the NBA, not about any organization. This is about my life and what I am choosing to do,” he added.

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