December 7, 2022

Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving beats the Chicago Bulls November 1 in New York. Irving returned after being disqualified.

Jesse Alcheh/AP


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Jesse Alcheh/AP


Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving beats the Chicago Bulls November 1 in New York. Irving returned after being disqualified.

Jesse Alcheh/AP

NEW YORK. Kyrie Irving has returned to the Brooklyn Nets and has apologized to anybody who felt threatened or offended when he posted a hyperlink to an anti-Semitic documentary.

Irving was suspended by the workforce on November 3 after he refused to say he had no anti-Semitic beliefs throughout a gathering with reporters on the Nets’ coaching facility. Now he says he ought to have behaved otherwise. Irving says he doesn’t assist “something near hate speech or anti-Semitism.”

He missed eight video games throughout his suspension.

The Nets say he is able to play Sunday evening in opposition to Memphis.

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