Kyrie Irving’s road to a return from his suspension isn’t over.
“He still has work to do,” Nets owner Joe Tsai told The New York The Post on Sunday (all times AEDT).
Irving was handed an indefinite suspension, which the Nets said would be at least five games, for promoting an anti-Semitic movie. The All-Star guard reached that five-game threshold Sunday, when the Nets played the Clippers. He also will sit out Monday against the Lakers — and for as long as it takes for him to complete a set of remedial tasks mandated by the Nets.
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“He has to show people that he’s sorry,” Tsai told The New York Post during the Nets’ 110-95 win over the Clippers at Crypto.com Arena. “What’s important — and…