Give me Team LeBron.
He believes that the NBA season should resume as soon as possible. He does not believe resuming the 2019-2020 season in Orlando will stunt the equal rights movement that we are seeing across the country.
Others do not. NBA Players Association vice president Kyrie Irving, Dwight Howard and Carmelo Anthony are among NBA players who believe playing will put a halt to the important protest we are seeing across the country from people that want to see blacks get a fair shake in life and are tired of police brutality.
I agree with the sentiment but cancelling the remainder of the 2019-2020 season makes no sense. I doubt that many people will say I can’t go to tonight’s protest. It’s Lakers-Bulls on TNT.
The world does not stop because of the NBA. The show will go on.
If players want to make a difference play the games and go to one of the six billion studios that Disney has and cut a spot demanding social change. Your words would mean more.
A USA Today report said that if James wants to play then the season will go on. Los Angeles Clippers guard Patrick Beverley agrees.
‘Hoopers say what y’all want,” Beverley said in a tweet. “If @KingJames said he’s hooping. We all hooping. Not personal only business.”
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