Miami Heat center Meyers Leonard will be “away from the team indefinitely” as the ramifications for his anti-Semitic slur in a gaming stream continue to unfold.

Just hours after the 29-year-old apologized on Instagram for the slur, which was uttered on his Twitch channel while playing Call of Duty, the Heath issued a scathing statement condemning his actions.

Here’s the team’s statement (via Shams Charania of The Athletic):

“The Miami HEAT vehemently condemns the use of any form of hate speech. The words used by Meyers Leonard were wrong and we will not tolerate hateful language from anyone associated with our franchise. To hear it from a Miami HEAT player is especially disappointing and hurtful to all those who work here, as well as the larger South Florida, Miami HEAT and NBA communities.

Meyers Leonard will be away from the team indefinitely. The Miami HEAT will cooperate with the NBA while it conducts its investigation.”

There was no further clarification over Leonard’s absence from the team.

Leonard was heard in the stream saying ““F—— cowards, don’t f—— snipe at me you f—— k— b—-.”

Here’s the video of the incident:

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The Heat big man said in a statement on his Instagram that he was sorry for using the word and was “committed to properly seeking out people who can help educate me about this type of hate and how we can fight it.”

The NBA is also investigating the incident, and it was reported that Leonard had also lost sponsorship from his gaming channel after the video went viral.