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Kyrie Irving Returns After Abject Apology: “I Meant No Harm To Any Person, Any Group Of People”

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Kyrie Irving will be back playing basketball again for the Brooklyn Nets after an emotional apology today. He was serving an indefinite suspension and had missed eight games for supporting a film containing antisemitic tropes.

The Nets lifted his suspension an hour after the apology. He will be part of the team facing Memphis Sunday night at Barclays Center. “I just want to offer my deep apologies to all those who are impacted over these last few weeks, specifically my Jewish relatives, my black relatives, all races and cultures,” Irving said. “I feel like we all felt the impact.

And I don’t stand for anything close to hate speech, or anti-Semitism or anything that is anti- going against the human race. “I feel it was necessary for me to stand in this place and take accountability for my actions, because there was a way I should have handled all this.

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