Adam Silver Finally Admits We Must ‘Learn To Live With COVID’

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In an interview with ESPN’s Malika Andrews, Adam Silver has finally admitted COVID isn’t going away despite the NBA’s 97 percent vaccination rate. A conclusion most small business owners shouted since last year, but it’s better late than never, we suppose.

Guess all it took was another outbreak to prove the vaccine didn’t work and that lockdowns are nothing more than government power grabs that lead to fat checks for big pharma.

“This virus will not be eradicated,” Silver said. “We’re going to have to learn to live with it.”

Well said, Mr. Silver — We agree.

Silver also revealed to Malika Andrews that 90 percent of the league’s cases are confirmed to be the Omicron variant. “Beyond dominant”, he added.

If true, and we assume that statistic is, nice vaccine Dr. Fauci. Well done! Now everyone go stand in line for your boosters — we won’t steer you wrong.

Doesn’t take a wizard to figure this out, and the only reason we’re hearing this now is because the vaccine’s failure is impacting NBA business. Had the NBA been able to suppress these facts we all understood many months ago, they’d likely be stitching hashtag “vax up” patches on their jerseys. They never really cared about public health despite the stomping of their feet, and now it shows because their asses are in the pot with the rest of us.

Malika Andrews would eventually ask if the NBA was considering a shutdown and Adam Silver’s response was perfect:

“There are no plans to stop the NBA season,” he said.

The jig is up and we’re here for the whole ship to sink to the floor of the ocean. When the NBA finally agrees to allow COVID-positive players to participate, we’ll be on our way towards normalcy. Ya know, back when we determined ourselves if we were too sick to work. And if the NBA can remain open for business using their own thought out process, then that luxury should be awarded to the rest of America.

Written by Gary Sheffield, Jr

Gary Sheffield Jr is the son of should-be MLB Hall of Famer, Gary Sheffield. He covers basketball and baseball for, chats with the Purple and Gold faithful on LakersNation, and shitposts on Twitter. You can follow him at GarySheffieldJr


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