After several days of calls Brooklyn Networks For Kyrie Irving’s suspension to promote a movie full of anti-Semitic streaks on his social media accounts, the franchise went through on Thursday, and the All-Star guard suspended for a period At least five matches without pay. This came after Irving made several attempts to apologize for promoting the film and ditch anti-Semitism, and NBA Commissioner Adam Silver also issued a public statement expressing his deep disappointment.
To be returned by the team, Irving must meet six requirements, According to Shams Al Shaaraniyah:
- I apologize and condemn the movie he promoted
- Donate $500,000 to Anti-Hate Causes
- Complete sensitivity training
- Full anti-Semitism training
- Meeting with ADL and Jewish leaders
- Meet team owner Zhou Tsai to prove your understanding of the situation
Many felt the Nets took too long to come to a comment for Irving, but Tsai wanted to give the All-Star guard enough time to apologize. according to Reporting from ESPNTsai has reached out to Irving on multiple occasions through text messages over the past week in an effort to figure out how to resolve the situation, but Irving never responded.
Against the background of calls for swift action, sources said Tsai resisted and insisted on taking some time to educate Irving about the horrors of anti-Semitism. He hired an Anti-Defamation League counselor, and watched the full three and a half hours of the hate-filled film Irving shared, “Hebrews to Negroes: Wake Up Black America”—complete with Holocaust denial and quoting anti-Semites such as Adolf Hitler and Henry Ford—and an investigation of the Black Israeli Hebrew movement, which Irving believes often references in public.
For about a week, Tsai kept rolling the clock to give Irving a chance to have that right for himself, the group, and the Jewish community—and Irving never returned any of his text messages.”
When Irving refused to answer “no” when asked if he held anti-Semitic beliefs while addressing the media Thursday after practice, instead saying repeatedly, “I can’t be anti-Semitic if I knew where I came from,” the straw became Recent for Tsai and networks. Brooklyn has decided to suspend him for at least five games without pay, saying in a statement that he is “currently ineligible to join the Brooklyn Nets.” In his statement, the Nets said Irving would be able to join the team when he “satisfies a series of objective remedial measures.”
Irving issued an apology Late Thursday night, hours after he commented on the nets, saying in part “to all the Jewish families and communities that have been affected and affected by my post, I am deeply sorry for causing you pain, and I do apologise.” It is unclear whether this apology will be sufficient, or whether Irving should have made an oral statement during his suspension. After Irving’s apology surfaced on Instagram, Nets general manager Sean Marks said his statement was a “A step in the right direction,” But it is “certainly not enough”.
Irving will begin his five-game ban on Friday when he faces the Nets processors. If Irving’s penalty ends up being only the five games, he will be eligible to return to court on November 13 when he faces the Nets. Lakers In Los Angeles.
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