In fact, his future with any NBA team looks a little uncertain presently.
The All-Star has been suspended without pay from his team for at least five games and until he meets six requirements that prove he has learned from his promotion of an antisemitic film.
Kyrie Irving is expected to meet with Adam Silver by tomorrow (Tuesday)
According to @TheSteinLine
— Cody Mallory (@RealCodyMallory) November 7, 2022
The latest reporting says that Irving is expected to meet with NBA commissioner Adam Silver by Tuesday, November 8.
There are no games scheduled for Tuesday because it’s Election Day which is good because this chat between Silver and Irving might take all day.
Irving Moving On
The six requirements that Irving has to meet to be reinstated by his team include apologizing for the film he promoted, making a sizable donation, completing sensitivity training, completing antisemitism training, meeting with Jewish leaders, and more.
While he has apologized and vowed to donate funds, we don’t know which other steps he’s completed.
We also don’t know what will come for Irving after this suspension.
Will the Nets decide to ship him away and will any other team take him?
Recently, there have been murmurs from inside the NBA that some executives believe Irving may not ever play in the league again.
It seemed likely that Irving would be leaving the Nets in the upcoming offseason but now he might not even make it that long.
His entire NBA career is hanging in the balance right now and the next few days and weeks could be crucial for the future of his time playing professional basketball.
Will Irving complete the requirements handed down to him and get back to work with the Nets?
Or is he done playing in the NBA?
What will Silver and Iriving talk about on Tuesday and what will it result in?