To atone for Kyrie Irving’s antisemitism, the NBA mandates each team start at least 1 Jewish player

US—The National Basketball Association is reeling after star player Kyrie Irving posted a link to an antisemitic video.

To make amends for the horrific antisemitism, the NBA has mandated that each team start at least one Jewish player.

The new policy goes into effect this week and will not be enforced during Chanukah starting December 18.

The Anti-Defamation League said that the move was a good first step in ridding the latent antisemitism in the NBA.

NBA Spokesman Billy Butter said that teams should replace their most antisemitic player with the jewish player.

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