Almost every NBA player and owner has been pretty vocal about the unfortunate situation that is happening in the United States right now.
There's been quite a few who have taken the streets to protest alongside the people from their community.
Lonzo Ball from the New Orleans Pelicans, alongisde his brothers LaMelo and LiAngelo drove through the streets of Los Angeles demanding justice for George Floyd, so as equality for every race.
Mavericks owner, Mark Cuban, with players like Maxi Kleber, Justin Jackson, Dwight Powell and Jalen Brunson joined the protests at Dallas.
Many more players like J.R Smith, Malcolm Brogdon and Jordan Clarkson have also been part of this protest nation-wide, and despite the curfew, now more than ever everyone has to be together in order to co-exist as one.
Rapper J Cole even joined Dennis Smith Jr. at their hometown in Fayatteville, North Carolina.
J. Cole and Dennis Smith Jr out in Fayetteville with the people 🔥 pic.twitter.com/A3af1F7VG2— Ⓜ️ (@WashedMel) May 30, 2020
i witnessed a peaceful protest, alot of emotion and unity, the time for change has been passed due..dont forget the message because of the tone that it is projected in!! pic.twitter.com/a0SkOgiT5F— Jordan Clarkson (@JordanClarksons) May 31, 2020
No matter the color of your skin, religion or sexual orientation, we are all together in this world.