NBA’s Anthony Edwards apologizes for his homophobic comments


Minnesota Timberwolves star Anthony Edwards recently apologized profusely for his homophobic Instagram story.

Here’s everything you need to know.

Anthony Edwards has responded to his previous homophobic comments

Anthony Edwards has adopted his official Twitter handle to apologize for his homophobic comments.

In a post on Sunday afternoon, he wrote: ‘What I said was immature, hurtful and disrespectful and I am incredibly sorry.’

Edwards continued: “It is unacceptable for me or anyone to use this language in such a hurtful way, there is absolutely no excuse for it. I was brought up better than that!’

Edwards’ apology comes after he shared the homophobic clip on his Instagram Story with his 1.2 million followers.

Earlier this week, the 22-year-old NBA star posted a video from his car zooming in on a group of shirtless men standing on the sidewalk.

In the clip, Edwards can be heard using a racial slur.

He said, ‘Look at these weird people, man. Look at the world I’ve come into.’

How will Anthony Edwards be punished?

It remains unclear whether Anthony Edwards will receive any punishment for his comments from the Minnesota Timberwolves or the NBA.

However, the No. 1 overall pick in the 2020 draft will most likely be fined for his homophobic comments.

Brooklyn Nets forward Kevin Durant was fined $50,000 in April 2021, according to a report by The Star Tribune. He allegedly used homophobic, misogynistic and profane language in a social media post targeting actor Michael Rapaport.

Additionally, Rajon Rondo, Kobe Bryant and Nikola Jokic have been fined for using racial slurs during NBA games in the past.

More about Anthony Edwards

Anthony Edwards will soon enter his third season with the Minnesota Timberwolves in 2022-23. That will happen after he graduates from Georgia in 2020.

Additionally, Edwards averaged 21.3 points, 4.8 rebounds, 3.8 assists and 1.5 steals per game last year. Additionally, he shot at a 35.7% clip from 3-point range.

Meanwhile, Minnesota Timberwolves president Tim Connelly talked about Edwards’ future on the court in an interview.

He said: “We think he can be a transcendent player.”

Additionally, he stated, “We think he can be one of the best two-way players in the league. We think he can be an all-league defender. That’s a lot on his shoulders, but if we didn’t think he was capable of it, we wouldn’t challenge him.”


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