‘You get snatched real quick’: How omicron variant hit the Nets locker room
Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving warms up before an NBA game against the Wahsington Wizards on January 3

NEW YORK — Day’Ron Sharpe was supposed to be in the clear. As Nets players started falling out of the rotation in mid-December due to positive COVID-19 test results, Sharpe was part of a small group of Nets who had made the cut when the dust settled. “So you kind of feel like, ‘All right. We’re all good,’ ” Blake Griffin recounted on Saturday. “And then DayDay is with us this morning, he is even here this afternoon, and then I walk back to the locker room, and they’re like ‘DayDay got pulled.’ ” Testing positive for COVID-19 can be a little embarrassing, especially given the implications: Once...