Brooklyn Nets general manager Sean Marks hasn't spoken directly to Kyrie Irving since the team suspended the point guard for at least five games.

Marks told reporters Wednesday he has "talked to his representatives" but will wait until "the appropriate time" to reach out to Irving directly.

The Nets announced on Nov. 3 they were banning Irving for a minimum of five games without pay after he promoted an antisemitic film on social media.

According to ESPN's Ramona Shelburne and Adrian Wojnarowski, team governor Joe Tsai initially "insisted on taking time to educate Irving on the horrors of antisemitism" rather than issuing a suspension.