Kyrie Irving has finally apologized in a post on Instagram but the damage is already done after previous opportunities to do so. His apology came hours after another media session where he was unable to unequivocally say he wasn’t antisemitic. When someone asks you a yes or no question like this, the correct answer is no. The correct answer is always no. If the answer is yes, it is going to pose a major problem.…"Kyrie Irving Finally Apologized But The Damage Is Done"
It took one week since Kyrie Irving initially tweeted about an antisemitic documentary but the Brooklyn Nets have suspended him. Make no mistake about it–this suspension is too little, too late. The Brooklyn Nets should have taken action immediately when the tweet initially came to their attention. It isn’t enough to call out antisemitism whenever and wherever you see it but to hold people accountable for their actions. I’m glad to see the Nets are…"Kyrie Irving Suspended For At Least 5 Games By Brooklyn Nets"
Charles Barkley is absolutely right about Kyrie Irving and the NBA’s failure to take action on his pushing an antisemitic documentary. Barkley’s comments came Tuesday night as the Inside The NBA crew were were commenting about the situation during the TNT NBA Tip-Off broadcast prior to the Brooklyn Nets facing off against the Chicago Bulls. To say that the NBA “dropped the ball” is not an understatement. They put out a press release condemning antisemitism…"Charles Barkley Is Right About Kyrie Irving"