LeBron James says the NFL has not really apologized to Kapnik
The NFL admitted wrongdoing because they did not listen to players who protested police brutality.
However, as far as LeBron James is concerned, the league has yet to apologize to Mafia quarterback Colin Kaepernick.
The Lakers superstar and his business partner Maverick Carter spoke with Jason Kelly of Bloomberg Businessweek.
James discussed NFL Recent developments and concerns about how the NBA has always supported players.
James said: “When we feel that what is happening in society and our community is very wrong, we can express an opinion on this and use the NBA shield to support us.” “I have nothing but respect for Adam Silver.”
“I’m not in those (NFL) locker rooms. I’m not with those guys, but I’m really sorry. I haven’t heard Colin Kaepernick about what he is going through and what he is trying to do Tell the NFL and apologize to the world to explain why he knelt down,” James said.
Since the murder of George Floyd, many people feel that Kaepernick has proved in recent events that the quarterback should be signed by a team next season.
Several NBA players took on Carp’s career and participated in police brutal protests across the country during the league’s suspension.
James believes that this is a special moment for activists.
LeBron James: “People in the community, living and walking on these streets, are subject to racial discrimination and trial every day they walk into the city. This is someone who needs to listen. And now they are hearing Their voice.” https://t.co/1dc5bLEVgK pic.twitter.com/K5EhbAWWRh
—𝗕𝘂𝘀𝗶𝗻𝗲𝘀𝘀𝘄𝗲𝗲𝗸 (@BW) June 25, 2020
James and the other Lakers (excluding Avery Bradley) will travel to Orlando in a few weeks to restart the season.
The Lakers stars and other players have stated that they plan to use their platform during the season to oppose police brutality and systematic racism.
This post is written by Bonny Johnson