NBA Commissioner Adam Silver and Kyrie Irving meet

By Nitin Singh

Kyrie Irving, the star player for the Brooklyn Nets who has been embroiled in antisemitic controversy for the past two weeks, is beginning to amend for his actions.

Kyrie reportedly just met with NBA commissioner Adam Silver to discuss the next steps the All-Star guard needs to do in order to play on an NBA court.

 The conversations were "constructive," which is positive for both Kyrie and the Nets organisation.

Kyrie Irving sparked an antisemitic uproar by posting a contentious movie on social media, which led to the Nets suspending him for at least five games.

Six conditions must now be satisfied by Kyrie before he can rejoin the Nets' active lineup, according to the team's front office.

Therefore, this encounter with Silver might be a hint that the star guard is prepared to repair the harm he has done.

Even with Kyrie Irving putting up All-Star-caliber performances at the start of the 2022–23 NBA season, the Nets still need him on the court.

Through eight games, the 30-year-old superstar is putting up a stellar stat line of 26.9 points, 5.1 rebounds, 5.1 assists, 1.4 steals, and 1.1 blocks.

The Nets currently have a 4-7 record and are ranked 11th in the Eastern Conference.

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