ESPN Host Goes Ham On Brooklyn Nets, Claims Suspension For Anti-Semitism Is A ‘Knee On Kyrie’s Neck’

ESPN Host Goes Ham On Brooklyn Nets, Claims Suspension For Anti-Semitism Is A ‘Knee On Kyrie’s Neck’


ESPN host Stephen A. Smith launched a tirade during Friday’s broadcast of “First Take,” agreeing with LeBron James and saying that a suspension of “at least five games” for Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving was “excessive.”

Smith took the assessment a bit further, however, saying that the suspension — which came about because Irving tweeted a clip from a film rife with anti-semitic tropes (“Hebrews to Negroes: Wake Up Black America”) — was akin to people “trying to put their knee and keep their knee on Kyrie’s neck.”

Irving initially refused to apologize, which led to the suspension, but offered an apology after he was suspended. “To all the Jewish families and communities that are hurt and affected from my post, I am deeply sorry to have

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