The NBA is doubling down on virtue-signaling for social justice by endorsing a Marxist political revolt against America.
Source: Shane Trejo
When the National Basketball Association (NBA) makes its return, they will paint “Black Lives Matter” on the courts during all remaining games of the season, ESPN has learned.
The NBA plans to make its return in late July at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Fl. after suspending their season due to COVID-19 concerns. The WNBA is also considering painting the slogan on their court during their upcoming season (not that anyone really cares about that).
“Players have insisted that the fight for racial equality and social justice be a central part of the NBA’s return to play and the WNBA’s new season,” ESPN reports.
This comes following news that NBA players will likely be allowed to put left-wing messages on their jerseys when play resumes. Oklahoma City Thunder guard Chris Paul, who works as president of the National Basketball Players Association, made the announcement over the weekend.
“We’re just trying to continue to shed light on the different social justice issues that guys around our league continue to talk about day in and day out,” Paul told ESPN’s The Undefeated. “People are saying that social justice will be off of everybody’s mind in Orlando. With these jerseys, it doesn’t go away.”
“The guys I talked to were definitely excited,” Paul added. “The reason I’m passionate and excited about it is that it gives a voice to the voiceless. It also gives guys a chance to shine a light on something they are passionate about. Otherwise, they may not have been given a chance to express themselves.”
The NBA has gone ultra-woke following the death of serial felon George Floyd. Big League Politics reported on how a popular league announcer lost his job because he tweeted “all lives matter” earlier this month:
A National Basketball Association (NBA) announcer was suspended from his position after writing “All Lives Matter” in a post on his personal Twitter account.
Grant Napear, who has worked an announcer for the Sacramento Kings team since 1988, was put on administrative leave by his radio network because he wrote: “All Lives Matter… Every Single One!” in a Twitter post. He has already been forced to grovel and apologize in an attempt to satiate the social justice brigade and keep his job.
“I’m not as educated on BLM as I thought I was,” Napear said in his apology, according to The Sacramento Bee. “I had no idea that when I said ‘All Lives Matter’ that it was counter to what BLM is trying to get across.”
Extremely low IQ former NBA players piled on to shame Napear for sharing his egalitarian point of view.
“Lol as expected,” said Demarcus Cousins, a former center for the Kings.
“Demarcus we know and have known who grant is,” tweeted Chris Webber, who played for the Kings for many years. “The team knows as well. I’ve told them many times. They’ve seen it. They know who he is.”
The racial supremacist agenda of Black Lives Matter has demonized anyone who says “All Lives Matter” as a racist regardless of evidence, making it clear that their point is certain lives matter more than others.
The NBA risks alienating its fans by openly supporting an anti-American terror movement in BLM as it wages war against the Bill of Rights and Constitution nationwide.