No stranger to controversy himself, Dallas Mavericks star Kyrie Irving feels that the press has been a little too hard on Ja Morant
Basketball star Kyrie Irving is making it clear that he’s more than happy to be finished with Nike, who cut business ties with him amid recent controversy regarding Irving making a social media posts highlighting a documentary which critics called “antisemitic.”
Nike and Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving ended their business relationship after the sports apparel giant defamed him and accused him of anti-Semitism.
Amazon CEO Andy Jassy confirmed the company will continue to sell the Hebrews to Negroes documentary that resulted in Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving being suspend for 8 games.
NBA on TNT analyst and former NBA Most Valuable Player Charles Barkley is now calling for the Brooklyn Nets to allow Kyrie Irving to return to the basketball court after being suspended indefinitely at the beginning of the month.
Boston Celtics forward Jaylen Brown, who is also Vice President of the National Basketball Players Association, called out Brooklyn Nets owner Joe Tsai for his continued unjust persecution of Kyrie Irving.
ESPN host Stephen A. Smith reversed course on his criticism of Kyrie Irving after the Brooklyn Nets star was suspended indefinitely for sharing a movie link to Twitter.
Boston Celtics forward Jaylen Brown, who is also the Vice President of the National Basketball Player’s Association, shared his thoughts on the Brooklyn Nets’ indefinite suspension of Kyrie Irving and their demands for him to return to the court.
Vanderbilt University announced that Assistant Football Coach Dan Jackson will take a “step back” from coaching duties as the university conducts an investigation into a Facebook comment supporting Kanye West.
Shock jock Howard Stern decided to attack Kyrie Irving during his radio show on SiriusXM Radio where he made the implication that Irving is a Nazi.