Report: NBA to Paint 'Black Lives Matter' on Courts at Disney

Report: NBA to Paint 'Black Lives Matter' on Courts at Disney


The NBA and the NBA Players Union are collaborating on a plan to paint “Black Lives Matter” on the sides of the three basketball courts the league will use when play resumes next month in Orlando, ESPN reports.

According to ESPN:

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. Several NBA players considered skipping the NBA’s resumption to focus on social justice issues. Several WNBA players, including Renee Montgomery of the Atlanta Dream and Natasha Cloud of the Washington Mystics, are sitting out the upcoming WNBA season to focus on social justice.

On a conference call with reporters Friday, leaders of both the NBA and the NBPA said the league and union were discussing several ways to use the NBA’s platform in Orlando to call attention to racial equality, social

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