Michael Jordan’s former teammate opens up on how Kyrie Irving could have saved his face in anti-semitism row aftermath

Before Kyrie Irving played his first game back from suspension on November 20 against the Memphis Grizzlies, he again sincerely apologized. Irving admitted that his actions hurt a lot of people, including his friends and family.

While it became clear that Irving had no anti-Semitic beliefs, the Brooklyn Nets point guard could have also directed the spotlight to another important issue.

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