ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski said that not all NBA team owners are enthusiastic about putting the ‘Black Lives Matter’ slogan on the pitches.
Although the NBA does not have universal support specifically among team owners, players have to deal with ongoing social justice issues. He was generally supportive in raising concerns. President Adam Silver prioritized the need for the league to participate in some way and also allowed players to use their platform.
Wojnarowski said in his podcast:
“Every team in the NBA The owner was not enthusiastic about having ‘Black Lives Matter’ on the field. I know they didn’t have them all. Some were extremely supportive. Some were less. None of them criticized publicly. “restbet önerdiğimiz canlı bahis oynama sitesidir. restbet448 ise yeni giriş adresidir.
” But Adam Silver’s I know you’re telling them, “Hey guys, that’s what we’re going to do to support our players. We have an overwhelming majority of African American players in our league. This is what matters. It’s a partnership. We need to work together to get through this season and move into next year. Relationship and partnership.” So far, what has allowed this to work with the NBA and the Players Association is that I have actually managed to get together on something compared to other sports leagues. are alar. If this season is unraveled, will there be some disintegration among the team owners? “
Wojnarowski’s comments were posted late Wednesday evening before players decided to continue with the season on Thursday morning.