Fans greet Kyrie Irving courtside wearing yarmulkes, 'Fight antisemitism' T-shirts at Nets game

Nov 1, 2022

A group of fans sat courtside at Monday's Nets-Pacers game in Brooklyn wearing T-shirts reading "Fight antisemitism." Men in the group wore yarmulkes, as is customary in some Jewish communities.

The display is an apparent response to Nets guard Kyrie Irving, who recently promoted an antisemitic movie on his Twitter account.

In his last meeting with media on Saturday, Irving stood by his tweet and was combative with reporters when asked about it.

"I can post whatever I want," Irving said when asked by ESPN's Nick Friedell why he promoted the movie on his social media.

Source: Yahoo Sports