Die Nets, who are currently on a two-game losing streak, are reportedly on the verge of retrieving ailing point guard Kyrie Irving. Irving is “close to finalizing” Brooklyn’s internal terms for his return to the team, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.
The terms of lifting his suspension were set after the team released him for at least five games because Irving promoted an anti-Semitic film and book on his social media accounts.
Kyrie Irving could make NBA comeback against Grizzlies
“Kyrie continues on his path of dialogue and education,” NBPA executive director Tamika Tremaglio told Wojnarowski. “He has come to terms with his actions, particularly towards the Jewish community. Kyrie rejects anti-Semitism in any form, and he strives to improve himself and expand his understanding. He plans to align his words and actions with his pursuit of truth and knowledge agree.”
The Nets said at the time that Irving “must comply with a series of objective corrective actions to remove the deleterious effects of his conduct.” He last played for the team on November 1 and has missed seven games. Irving could return as soon as Sunday’s home game against the Grizzlies, Wojnarowski reports. He will not play in Thursday’s game against Portland.
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