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NBA back. Allll the details on #TheJump today with @WojESPN, @ZachLoweNBA and @richardajefferson. #Pacers star @vicoladipo is gonna stop by, plus a conversation on justice and the fight against racism he’s carried on for so long - the legend, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. 📺: 3p ET on ESPN
He says the NBAs teams and leaders "have to speak. And specifically white leaders. They have to speak...Lets come and talk, lets not hide anymore."
“White Americans have avoided reckoning with this problem forever, because its been our privilege to be able to avoid it. That has to change." - comments made to Dave Zirin at The Nation...and Pop’s words got even stronger from there.
Strong of character, strong of mind, strong on a basketball court he ruled like thunder. He was the hero of the story in my earliest memories watching the NBA, and the world is a little more dim with his passing.
ESPN has the internal memo sent out to justify why, with @pstorre reporting that Knicks staffers have been upset enough they held a meeting behind management’s back. The irony here is that issuing a milquetoast statement is literally the least a company can do right now… And the NBA’s most valuable franchise decided not to do even that.
But our sports teams are often the most visible businesses in town. If they publicly, strongly come down on the side of wanting change, it matters. And it matters to hear from athletes, some of whom are the most visible young black men & women in America. The NBA & WNBA have been making sure that happens.
We are at a stage now where people are desperate, people are losing hope - were at our wits end. At this point, we need help. We need people of different races to step up with us, to step in front of us, beside us and support us to speak up.” - @malcolmbrogdon with eloquence and honesty after participating in peaceful protests this weekend.
From Michael Jordan: “We have had enough...Every one of us needs to be part of the solution, and we need to work together to ensure justice for all.”
Jaylen Brown drove 15 hours to peacefully protest in Atlanta. “Being a celebrity, being an NBA player dont exclude me from no conversations at all. ... Were raising awareness for some of the injustices that weve been seeing. Its not ok.”