Shares disappointment after promoting Kyrie Irving's anti-Semitic film

Brooklyn Nets owner shares frustration after promoting Kyrie Irving's anti-Semitic movie

Kyrie Irving's tweeted a link to a book and an anti-Semitic film promoting that movie

Brooklyn Nets owner released Kyrie Irving's castigation on Friday and took to social media to promote an anti-Semitic book and film

On Thursday, Irving posted a tweet and story to Instagram that included an Amazon link to a movie called "Hebrews to Negroes: Wake Up Black America."

Late Friday evening, the Brooklyn Nets owner Answer to Irving's post by sharing his take on the actions of one of the team's main players.

"Brooklyn Nets strongly condemns and strongly condemns the promotion of hate speech of any kind and has no affiliation whatsoever.

I want to sit and be absolutely sure why he doesn't understand this is harmful for all of us

Earlier on Friday, Nets shared a statement condemning Irving's post