Lou Williams says the games are distracting-there is no cure
Lou Williams, a sixth-person expert in Los Angeles, said that after the “black life problem” movement, in the current climate of the country, sports are a “disturbance.”
These comments appear because the NBA hopes to resume the season after George Floyd was killed a few weeks ago.
Williams’ emotions echo Brooklyn basketball star Kyrie Irving’s post-conference sentiment on Friday night.
Owen, vice president of the NBA Players Association, held a scaling conference call with 80 NBA players and a small number of WNBA players participating in discussions on social justice reform.
Other issues discussed in the panel include whether both the NBA and WNBA should take action again next month.
There are many players, including Irving, who are against playing games and prefer to focus on racial oppression and systematic racism.
Williams (Williams) made a comment in the Instagram post of Taylor Rooks of Bleacher Report.
Lou Williams (Lou Williams) published his ideas.
“Exercise has always been a rehabilitation factor, and we agree. In this climate, it is very distracting.”https://t.co/RH3EQspfX8 pic.twitter.com/uKGxebGWUX
-Taylor Rooks (@TaylorRooks) June 13, 2020
Rooks also took screenshots of her tweets during a conference call hosted by Irving, which focused on the pros and cons of returning to the NBA and WNBA seasons this summer.
Williams said: “It makes sense, that’s all.”
He went on to say to fans: “We are fighting for fundamental change. Sports have always been a healing factor, and we agree. In this climate… this is very distracting. I mean look at your position . You are eager to go back to the house and drink beer, and watch us against fighting outside for your equality. That’s just one aspect. ”
33-year-old Lawrence Williams averaged 18.7 points, 5.7 assists and 3.1 rebounds for the Clippers.
This post is written by Eric Magana