“Kyrie, what’s up? I know you’re going through a lot. We had a chance to hang out in 2016 when you represented America [in the Olympics]. When you represented the Red, White and Blue. You only wanted to be treated fair. I was going to post something on one of my social media pages, but I decided to do it the old school way, and read it out to you because you’re a great person, a great father, a great athlete, and you believe what you believe.

“America is the land of the free. Freedom of speech. Freedom of religion. And supposedly, freedom to choose. Never be controlled by money. I respect you for having some integrity and being your own man. A free mind makes its own choices. A slave mind follows the crowd. Stand for something or fall for anything. One man can lead a revolution to stand up and fight for what’s right.

“One choice, one word,  one action can change the world. It’s crazy how people hate you for being a leader. I hope your actions encourage many others to stand up and say ‘Enough is enough.’ Respect to you Kyrie.”

According to a report by Shams Charania, senior lead NBA Insider for The Athletic and Stadium, the Brooklyn Nets organization has laid some more ground rules for Irving to be able to return to the basketball court.

After already apologizing the team is requiring him to offer another apology and condemn the film Hebrews to Negroes: Wake Up Black America! Although he made a pledge to donate $500,000 to anti-hate organizations and causes, this is now a requirement from the Brooklyn Nets. He must also complete sensitivity training and antisemitic training. Along with that, Irving must also meet with the Anti-Defamation League and Jewish leaders. The last step he has to take is meeting with the team owner, Joe Tsai, to “demonstrate understanding.”

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