Kyrie Irving will make a donation to anti-hate organizations and said he opposes hatred and oppression, but commissioner Adam Silver doesn't think it's enough.

The Brooklyn Nets star has been under fire after posting a link to a movie and book on social media that contains antisemitic tropes. He was called out by Nets owner Joe Tsai and took down the post, but in a news conference, he doubled down, saying that he was "not going to stand down on anything that I believe in."

The NBA and the players union issued statements condemning hate speech but did not mention Irving by name ... until today.

"Kyrie Irving made a reckless decision to post a link to a film containing deeply offensive antisemitic material," Stern said in a statement. "While we appreciate the fact that he agreed to work with the Brooklyn Nets and the Anti-Defamation League to combat antisemitism and other forms of discrimination, I am disappointed that he has not offered an unqualified apology and more specifically denounced the vile and harmful content contained in the film he chose to publicize. I will be meeting with Kyrie in person in the next week to discuss this situation."