NBA faction represents players who are afraid of being rebounded
The plan to restart the NBA season was hit by the Nets Kyrie Irving The Lakers’ Avery Bradley led a team of players hesitantly to Orlando.
According to ESPN, Irving and Bradley have become the public faces of players. They are worried that their health problems may be rebounded and hope to carry out social justice reforms.
Players have pointed out that the recent surge of coronavirus cases Florida The past week and how this will affect their stay in Orlando and the safety of the proposed foam environment.
According to ESPN, at this historic moment, the faction also saw an opportunity to make fundamental changes to the resources and ideas of the league’s constituency, including the commissioner’s office, ownership level, management, and player associations.
The organization, including NBA and WNBA players, issued a statement to ESPN on Monday.
The NBA player league, including Kyrie Irving, Avery Bradley, and others, is further studying the NBA’s plans to restart the season in Orlando.
-ESPN (@espn) June 15, 2020
We are a group of men and women from different teams and industries, usually portrayed as opponents, but we let go of pride and differences to ensure that we are united and demand honesty during this uncertain period. African Indigenous African Indigenous men and women entertain the world, and we will continue to use our voices and platforms to achieve positive change and truth. We are indeed at a turning point in history, and in a collective community, we can unite—unity—unity. We need all of us, and we will be united… It has nothing to do with individual players, athletes or entertainers. This is about our group of strong men and women uniting to make changes. We have our own fields, but we will not only shut up, but also distract us from the entire system: use and abuse. We are all fathers, daughter leaders, etc. So what is our background? We are here to pursue unity and change!
Irving was criticized for proposing players to be absent for the rest of the season. Some people think that the basketball court provides the biggest and loudest platform for players.
First, we all want equality. There are different ways to determine this goal. So, if players don’t play games, what exactly do they require? https://t.co/LXLza5sfKj
-Jay Williams (@RealJayWilliams) June 15, 2020
Not only are they talking, they are still doing! ! ! pic.twitter.com/X70cMh6IFj
-Stephen Smith (@stephenasmith) June 15, 2020
The NBA will be held at Disneyland on July 31.
This post is written by Bonny Johnson