We watched the movie Kyrie Irving shared so you don't have to


December 2, 2022

When NBA players union president CJ McCollum criticized Kyrie Irving for linking to an antisemitic movie on Twitter last month, he seemed to confirm what many had already guessed.

"I don't think he understood the magnitude of the movie," McCollum said, "because he didn't watch it."

Irving, who hasn't played since he was suspended Nov. 4, may not have watched the three-and-a-half-hour "Hebrews to Negroes: Wake Up Black America," but I did, both to see for myself what was in it and to see if it were possible - as Irving implied in his apology - to believe parts of the movie without somehow buyin...

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