Kyrie Irving's suspension is reportedly reaching an end.
According to Shams Charania of The Athletic and Stadium, the Brooklyn Nets point guard is expected to return Sunday against the Memphis Grizzlies.
The Nets suspended Irving for at least five games on Nov. 3 after he posted the link to an antisemitic film on Twitter. Thursday will mark the eighth straight game he misses.
When announcing the suspension, the Nets said his "failure to disavow antisemitism" was "deeply disturbing, is against the values of our organization, and constitutes conduct detrimental to the team."
They also gave Irving a list of conditions to meet before returning. A source told Charania that the 30-year-old went “above and beyond” their requirements, and they were particularly impressed with how many community leaders Irving met with during his suspension.
Irving, who posted an apology on Instagram after getting suspended, has also met separately with NBA commissioner Adam Silver and Nets owner Joe Tsai.
Irving averaged 26.9 points, 5,1 rebounds, and 5.1 assists per game before the suspension. While he'll miss Thursday's game against the Portland Trail Blazers, he's slated to return for Sunday's game at 7 p.m. ET.