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  • • Stephen Curry, Dwyane Wade urges NBA fans to vote in presidential primaries
    Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry and Miami Heat legend Dwyane Wade have been two of the most outspoken NBA personalities in the wake of George Floyd’s death at the hands of Minneapolis police last week. Aside from voicing out their anger and showing their support for the peaceful protests, both Curry and Wade are […] The post Stephen Curry, Dwyane Wade urges NBA fans to vo...2020
  • • VIDEO: Kendrick Perkins blasts James Dolan for George Floyd snub
    New York Knicks owner James Dolan has recently been receiving a ton of criticism for his unwillingness to stand up and speak out about the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police. Retired NBA champ Kendrick Perkins is having none of it, and the 35-year-old blasted the billionaire on a recent appearance […] The post VIDEO: Kendrick Perkins blasts James Dolan for George Floyd ...2020
  • • Warriors’ Steve Kerr praises ‘younger generation’ amid protests
    Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr has provided more insight with regards to the nationwide protests resulting from the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minnesota police last week. Kerr has spoken out about his thoughts on how the younger generation of our society provides for a potentially bright future ahead. The […] The post Warriors’ Steve Kerr praises ‘younger ...2020
  • • Dirk Nowitzki releases statement following George Floyd’s death at the hands of police
    Dallas Mavericks legend Dirk Nowitzki aired his support for victims of racism and social injustice, following the tragic death of George Floyd at the hands of a Minneapolis Police officer. In a lengthy Twitter post on Tuesday, the retired German superstar called for an overdue change in society. Nowitzki also pledged to help out an […] The post Dirk Nowitzki releases statement following Geor...2020
  • • Carmelo Anthony reacts to Donald Trump sending in military after George Floyd’s death
    Portland Trail Blazers forward Carmelo Anthony was angered by President Donald Trump’s declaration to send in the military to defuse the tension surrounding George Floyd’s unjust death. The 10-time All-Star took to Instagram to air his grievances, particularly with how the National Guard is now at war with the civilians. “America is being destroyed and […] The post Carmelo Anthon...2020
  • • Tilman Fertitta doubles down on Rockets not being a political organization amid protests
    The Houston Rockets brass has been in trouble for speaking out on social issues before, particularly when GM Daryl Morey expressed support to Hong Kong protesters last year. Still, team owner Tilman Fertitta claims that the Rockets will not remain silent amid the country-wide protests following the unjust killing of George Floyd. Appearing on CNBC’s […] The post Tilman Fertitta doubles...2020
  • • DeSean Jackson praises white teammates, Jeffrie Lurie for “stepping up”
    DeSean Jackson spoke out at a team meeting Tuesday. He spoke publicly later in the day, praising white teammates who have “stepped up.” Jason Kelce, Carson Wentz and Zach Ertz are among those who have decried social injustice in the wake of the senseless death of George Floyd on May 25. Kelce said he felt [more]...2020
  • • Retired NBA player Stephen Jackson makes big promise to George Floyd’s daughter
    Retired NBA small forward Stephen Jackson has been a recognizable face among protests denouncing the lack of police accountability during countless deaths of people of color while in law enforcement detainment. Jackson, 42, was a friend of Houston native George Floyd, the latest African-American fatality in police custody when the Minneapolis resident asphyxiated under the […] The post Retir...2020
  • • Bubba Wallace says he encouraged other drivers to speak up amidst George Floyd protests
    Wallace is the only full-time black driver in any of NASCAR's top three series....2020
  • • Will George Floyd’s murder mark a time of reckoning for the hockey world?
    NHL stars such as Braden Holtby have come out in increasing numbers expressing their condemnation for the murder of George Floyd and systemic racism against blacks. It has galvanized the sport, probably like never before. But will it last? The post Will George Floyd’s murder mark a time of reckoning for the hockey world? appeared first on TheHockeyNews....2020

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  • • Wizards’ Bradley Beal reacts to Donald Trump sending military at protestors
    Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal reacted to Donald Trump’s speech on Monday in which the President announced that he will mobilize military personnel to stop those who continue to protest unjust police treatment of black people. Rallies expressing outrage over the killing of George Floyd continued into their seventh day. Speaking Monday afternoon at the […] The post Wizards’...2020
  • • Chiefs pause Super Bowl celebration in show of solidarity
    The Chiefs have taken a victory lap this offseason, allowing their fans to relive every game from 2019 that ended in the Super Bowl LIV title. The ReLIV campaign was scheduled to wrap up this week. The Chiefs, though, have suspended the commemoration in light of George Floyd’s death last week and the unrest that [more]...2020
  • • Andy Dalton decries “inexcusable and horrific” treatment of George Floyd and others
    More and more NFL players are making their voices heard regarding the recent murder of George Floyd and the societal problems it highlights. For the first time, many of those voices are coming from white players — specifically quarterbacks, the leaders in every locker room. “I have a heaviness about everything that has gone on [more]...2020
  • • Duane Brown: George Floyd’s murder shows that no progress has been made
    The movement started by Colin Kaepernick and picked up by players like Seahawks tackle Duane Brown was aimed at bringing attention to, and ultimately reversing, the mistreatment of black and brown Americans by law-enforcement authorities. In the aftermath of the murder of George Floyd on Monday night in Minneapolis, Brown admitted that, despite their efforts, [more]...2020

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  • The global soccer community shows support for civil rights protests in USA
    • The global soccer community shows support for civil rights protests in USA
    Protests have carried on across the United States for days in response to the police brutality that led to the death of George Floyd, and soccer stars around the world have stepped up to offer their support. (...)...2020

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  • • Deshaun Watson among those who march in Houston
    George Floyd was killed in Minneapolis, but he was from Houston. So members of the Floyd family joined Houston mayor Sylvester Turner in a downtown march Tuesday. Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson and linebackers Peter Kalambayi and Jacob Martin also attended the peaceful protest, according to Mark Berman of FOX 26. Watson appeared onstage. “It means [more]...2020
  • • Mike Zimmer: Peaceful protests can help bring change, and we need change
    Vikings coach Mike Zimmer issued a statement Tuesday, addressing George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis on May 25 that set off racial unrest around the nation. “I want to express my deepest condolences to the family and friends of George Floyd as well as the entire community for his senseless death,” Zimmer wrote. “Peaceful protests can [more]...2020
  • • Jeffrey Lurie: We have battled a relentless social pandemic our entire history
    Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie asked coach Doug Pederson to speak during a virtual team meeting Monday, Tim McManus of ESPN reports. Lurie opened a discussion on the events of the past week following George Floyd’s death. Lurie said the Eagles are an extended family expected to deal with things together. Receiver DeSean Jackson, quarterback Carson [more]...2020
  • • Seahawks “dismayed” by death of George Floyd and other “biased actions” that are “systemic”
    The Seattle Seahawks have issued a statement in response to ongoing social unrest in America. “The Seahawks family is dismayed by the unacceptable act of violence that occurred against George Floyd last week in Minneapolis and grieve that loss, along with countless others in a similar manner, including most recently Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery,” [more]...2020
  • • Russell Wilson: I fear for my children because of the color of their skin
    Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson has joined the growing list of NFL players to issue statements in response to last week’s killing of George Floyd by a since-fired member of the Minneapolis Police Department. Wilson’s statement recalls his father and grandfather telling them stories about racism from earlier in their lives and writes that “the reality [more]...2020
  • • Vanessa Bryant makes strong statement using Kobe Bryant ‘I Can’t Breathe’ photo
    Vanessa Bryant, the widow of Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant, has come out in solidarity with all the people who are calling for justice after the recent death of George Floyd at the hands of Minnesota police officers. Vanessa posted an old photo of her husband wearing the infamous “I Can’t Breathe” shirt from […] The post Vanessa Bryant makes strong statement using K...2020
  • • Goodell: NFL is greatly saddened by the tragic events across our country
    NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell released a statement on Saturday responding to the protests across the country in response to the killing of George Floyd at the hands of a police officer. “The NFL family is greatly saddened by the tragic events across our country. The protesters’ reactions to these incidents reflect the pain, anger and [more]...2020
  • • Wentz, Ertzes express support after Floyd's death
    Carson Wentz, Zach Ertz and Ertz's wife, USWNT star Julie Johnston Ertz, spoke out Thursday about the death of George Floyd and expressed support for the African American community....2020
  • • NBA players react to Donald Trump’s comments about Minnesota, CNN reporter arrest
    A bevy of NBA players have reacted to the aftermath of George Floyd’s murder and the consequent Twitter comments from President Donald Trump, which have drawn plenty of ire. Ayesha Curry, wife of Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry, took major issue with Trump referring to the Minneapolis protesters as “THUGS,” and Isaiah Thomas didn’t […] The post NBA players re...2020
  • • Ayesha Curry rips Donald Trump for calling George Floyd protesters “THUGS”
    Ayesha Curry, the wife of Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry, was the latest celebrity to denounce President Donald Trump for a tweet condemning the protesters of George Floyd’s murder. Trump, who vowed there’s nothing he’d like to do than to delete his Twitter account, predictably went back to Twitter to complain about the recent […] The post Ayesha Curry rips Donald...2020

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  • • Brees: Will never agree with disrespecting flag
    Drew Brees, in making a series of comments for the first time since the killing of George Floyd, reiterated his stance on how he will "never agree with anybody disrespecting the flag of the United States of America."...2020
  • • LeBron, Kap join outrage over Minn. man's death
    LeBron James and Colin Kaepernick are among the high-profile athletes who have taken to social media to voice their outrage over the death of George Floyd, who died Monday night while in Minneapolis police custody....2020
  • • MJ, 'pained and plain angry,' joins call for change
    Michael Jordan said he was "truly pained and plain angry" over the death of George Floyd as he joined countless others in the sports world calling for change on Sunday....2020
  • • Brian Flores: People with loud opinions on Colin Kaepernick are silent on George Floyd
    Dolphins coach Brian Flores has become the first NFL coach to issue a statement on the murder of George Floyd. And it is a powerful one. The statement, provided to ESPN.com, points out the inconsistency between those who have loud opinions on issues like Colin Kaepernick’s anthem protest and devices for incentivizing the hiring of [more]...2020
  • • QB Burrow: 'Black community needs our help'
    Prominent sports figures from throughout the sports landscape continued to chime in with comments concerning George Floyd, who died while in police custody Monday in Minneapolis....2020
  • • LeBron James reacts to George Floyd’s death at the hands of police brutality
    Four Minneapolis Police Department officers were fired from their jobs on Tuesday, the department announced, following footage released of their involvement in the death of African-American man George Floyd. Los Angeles Lakers star forward LeBron James, viewing the controversy and latest episode of police brutality in the United States, shared the news and his reaction […] The post LeBron Ja...2020
  • • Wentz, Ertzes express support after Floyd's death
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  • • Jackson speaks at rally; cop faces murder charge
    Stephen Jackson, a 14-year NBA veteran who became friends with George Floyd while growing up in Texas, spoke at a rally in memory of Floyd, a handcuffed black man who died in police custody after pleading that he could not breathe....2020
  • • George Floyd death: Celtics' Jaylen Brown drove 15 hours from Boston to Atlanta to lead peaceful protest
    Brown was joined by Malcolm Brogdon and Justin Anderson...2020
  • • Ex-NBAer Jackson embracing role as vocal leader
    When NBA journeyman Stephen Jackson met George Floyd -- a 6-foot-6 former basketball player himself -- for the first time, the resemblance between the two of them was so striking that both men figured they might be related....2020

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  • • Cowboys' Dak Prescott breaks silence on death of George Floyd, donates $1 million to improve police training
    The two-time Pro Bowler has issued a powerful statement on the state of the country...2020
  • • Kareem Jackson: We have to put action behind our words
    The Broncos are one of many teams that have spent time this week talking about racism, police brutality and the killing of George Floyd and one of the team’s players said after Tuesday’s team meeting that talking is just a starting point. Safety Kareem Jackson said that he wants to make sure that the conversations [more]...2020
  • • Chiefs pause Super Bowl celebration in show of solidarity
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  • • Opinion: Joe Burrow shows rest of NFL that white athletes must protest inequality, too
    White athletes are starting to protest inequality, as Joe Burrow, Carson Wentz and Trevor Lawrence among those speaking out after George Floyd death.        ...2020
  • • Opinion: Joe Burrow shows rest of NFL that white athletes have to protest inequality, too
    White athletes are starting to protest inequality, as Joe Burrow, Carson Wentz and Trevor Lawrence among those speaking out after George Floyd death.        ...2020
  • • Derek Carr on George Floyd’s death: The division and hate has to end
    NFL players are speaking up about the senseless death of George Floyd, which has riled up Minneapolis and the nation, and another starting quarterback has added his voice to the growing chorus. Raiders quarterback Derek Carr joined Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz in becoming one of the highest-profile players to post a message on social media. [more]...2020

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  • • Warriors’ Steve Kerr speaks out on ‘disgusting’ police brutality after George Floyd’s death
    Much like the rest of the world, Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr was left angered and disgusted on Tuesday after the shocking events that led to the death of George Floyd. The African-American civilian was a victim of blatant police brutality after a now-viral clip showed him pinned to the ground by a […] The post Warriors’ Steve Kerr speaks out on ‘disgusting’ ...2020

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