Kyrie Irving's latest tweet reveals hope for his Nets' future
For the first time since tweeting an apology for promoting an anti-semitic film, Kyrie Irving's latest tweet is letting fans know that he'll likely be back on the court sooner than later.
Brooklyn Nets owner Joe Tsai set forth six steps that Irving needed to take to be reinstated with the club.
🤞🏾♾— Hélà (@KyrieIrving) November 9, 2022
Assuming Irving satisfied those requirements, he will be eligible to play after serving his five game suspension.
Sources: Nets have delivered Kyrie Irving six items he must complete to return to team:— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) November 6, 2022
- Apologize/condemn movie
- $500K donation to anti-hate causes
- Sensitivity training
- Antisemitic training
- Meet with ADL, Jewish leaders
- Meet with Joe Tsai to demonstrate understanding
While the tweet doesn't provide complete clarity, it is the clearest indication to date that there is a path forward for Irving with the Nets.
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