Former NBA player Enes Kanter Freedom has called out the NBA for “calling out China” for their stance on the Kyrie Irving issue

In a recent tweet, former NBA player Enes Kanter condemned the NBA for their stance on the Kyrie Irving issue. Kanter is currently out of the league, with many claiming it’s because he called out the NBA’s relationship with China. Enes Kanter further claimed that Irving had bought his apology.

Additionally, Kanter accused and condemned the NBA and NBA Commissioner Adam Silver of choosing when they care about human rights. Many fans and analysts are unhappy with how both the NBA and the Brooklyn Nets have dealt with Kyrie Irving.

Many feel that Kyrie Irving’s Anti-Semitic Twitter post and following refusal to clarify his stance deserve harsher punishment. Both the Brooklyn Nets and the NBA gave Irving several chances to clarify that he is not Anti-Semitic. When Irving failed to do this, the Nets suspended Irving for a minimum of 5 games without pay.

The NBA still hasn’t taken proper action apart from condemning Irving’s statements. In addition to this, Adam Silver is only going to meet Kyrie Irving later this week. A number of NBA analysts have condemned the NBA and Adam Silver for their lack of action in the Irving issue.

Will Kyrie Irving play for the Brooklyn Nets again?

Many NBA analysts and fans have said that Kyrie Irving’s career with the Brooklyn Nets may be over. The Nets have suspended Kyrie Irving for 5 games without pay. In addition to this, rumors have been circulating that the Nets are preparing to cut Irving.

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The Brooklyn Nets are preparing to cut Irving because they reportedly searched for trade options and no team wanted him. It’ll be interesting to see if the Nets cut Kyrie Irving and if they do whether another team signs him. Kyrie Irving’s Nets career may be over soon and it’ll be interesting to see what he does after that.

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