The NBA’s ridiculous guidelines that apply only to unvaccinated gamers are stopping Magic massive man Jonathan Isaac from breaking bread with his teammates. Though the 24-year-old has already had COVID and often shares a sweat-filled courtroom with the remainder of the Magic, Isaac is just not allowed to dine with the crew.

“It doesn’t really make sense,” Isaac told Allie Beth Stuckey.

Orlando Magic ahead Jonathan Isaac poses for a photograph throughout NBA basketball media day, Monday, Sept. 27, 2021, in Orlando, Fla.
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Isaac, like most affordable individuals, doesn’t see why he can combat for a rebound maskless with 9 different gamers and fist bump Magic teammates throughout pregame introductions, however he can’t be a part of those self same teammates for a postgame chunk.

“As a member of the NBA, I’m going to follow (the rules). But my only point would be, to me, it doesn’t logically follow for us then, to jump on the court, or for me to be at a different locker room than my teammates, but then follow into the same tunnel and to go out to the game. It doesn’t really make sense,” Isaac instructed Stuckey via her podcast.

Jonathan Isaac #1 of the Orlando Magic stands as others kneel before the start of a game between the Brooklyn Nets and the Orlando Magic on July 31, 2020 at The HP Field House at ESPN Wide World Of Sports Complex in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.

Jonathan Isaac #1 of the Orlando Magic stands as others kneel earlier than the beginning of a sport between the Brooklyn Nets and the Orlando Magic on July 31, 2020 at The HP Field House at ESPN Wide World Of Sports Complex in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.
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He continued: “I’m not allowed to go to like team functions. Or if the team is eating in a restaurant, I can’t eat in the same room as them. To me, it just doesn’t logically follow for us then to get on the court together. And then again, for natural immunity to be ignored, and then again, just this, all of this is coming about talking about a virus was such a high survival rate.”

The league’s backwards guidelines are particularly complicated to Isaac, who is just not towards the vaccine, however received’t quickly be endorsing the shot.

“Even if you take the vaccine, it does not stop it, you know, infection and transmission. I’m not against the vaccine, I think there actually are people who should take it,” said Isaac.

Orlando Magic forward Jonathan Isaac (1) against the Phoenix Suns at Talking Stick Resort Arena.

Orlando Magic ahead Jonathan Isaac (1) towards the Phoenix Suns at Talking Stick Resort Arena.
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Until the NBA loosens their restrictions on unvaccinated gamers, Isaac will likely be caught at a desk for one.