Since the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, the Timberwolves owner Glen Taylor has made a public speech for the first time.
While being detained by the police on May 25, mobile phone videos showed Floyd lying face down on the ground, handcuffed on the neck of the Minneapolis police.
When discussing this sensitive topic with Yahoo Sports, Taylor spoke on behalf of his organization.
Taylor told Yahoo Sports: “I just want to say that when we have such an incident, it’s just a shame.”
“First of all, we lost our lives, which is a terrible tragedy in itself. I have feelings for family, friends and people who know him. Then, for all of us who do n’t know him, such unfortunate incidents still happen It’s a tragedy. “
Both the Timberwolves and the WNBA Minnesota Bobcats issued a statement via social media to sympathize with Freud’s family.
For the community in Minnesota, this is a tragic situation. Since this tragic incident, protests have occurred frequently, and businesses have also been set on fire and looted.