Players React to Joe Biden Winning 2020 Presidential Election
via: CNN.

It's official now, and Joe Biden will become the 46th president of the United States of America. After four years of showing their unhappiness with the former president, Donald Trump, the NBA family spoke on social media after finding out the news. 

During the NBA restart in Orlando following Breonna Taylor's and Ahmaud Arbery's tragic deaths to police brutality, the ballers from the association had one common goal and was not the Larry O'Brien Trophy. 

The league made sure to use their platform to motivate people to go out and vote. Some players even decided to put the word 'Vote' in the back of their jerseys, as the association allowed them to put social justice messages along with their names. 

Players were also happy to know Kamala Harris will be the first woman, first South Asian American and first Black person to be elected as Vice President of the United States of America.

This also means the NBA Champions will go to the White House in Washington, DC after every season. Let's remember teams refused to attend the  White House during Trump's tenure in office.