Kyrie Irving Reportedly Doesn’t Agree With NBA Season Restarting Because ‘He’s Against Systemic Racism And Something Smells A Little Fishy’

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Kyrie Irving has come forward and has spoken against the NBA restart in Orlando due to racial tensions in the country.

On Friday night, Kyrie helped organize a conference call among 80 NBA players and vented his frustrations with the league restarting the season in a bubble while Black Lives Matter protests are currently taking place across the country.

Via The Athletic

Sources tell The Athletic that a group consisting of 80-plus players — including NBPA Vice President Kyrie Irving, NBPA president Chris Paul, Kevin Durant, Carmelo Anthony, Dwight Howard, Donovan Mitchell and Avery Bradley — discussed finding unity and a way to attack a cause amid the nationwide unrest stemming from racial injustice, systematic racism and police brutality as well as what the world continues to face during the coronavirus pandemic.

Eventually, it seems like Kyrie eventually conceded to agree with whatever the group wanted to do.

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