NBA PLAYERS COMMITMENT / RESTART TIMES

The NBA players have spoken collectively:

What are your thoughts?

Let discuss….

Here are the upcoming games for this weekend.

Saturday:

Sunday:

-GOD BLESSED US ON 8/11

RUSSELL WESTBROOK (HISTORIC NIGHT) VS LA LAKERS 4/2/19

PAUL GEORGE VS MIAMI HEAT (2/1/19) MVP LEVEL WHY NOT?

DONOVAN MITCHELL – SETTING THE BAR 8/17/20

AARON GORDON 12/4/19 VS PHOENIX SUNS

Has Mike Conley been this biggest disappointment?

JOHN WALL 12.16.18 VS LAKERS

JAMES HARDEN (11/11/18) VS INDIANA PACERS

Joel Embiid vs Atlanta Hawks (2/24/20) Career Night!

Lebron James = Wilt Chamberlain- 2018 Finals Quest

John Collins – ATLANTA’S YOUNG BULL

10 thoughts on “NBA PLAYERS COMMITMENT / RESTART TIMES

  • Haha…
    Thanks for chiming in. 🙌🏽👊🏽 You made a lot of great points. I mean after that one night we blink and basketball is back on. I was certainly surprised as well. But we will what happens next. And the playoffs are continuing because of Lebron James.

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  • Sports are not political arenas and the players are not historical or political professionals. I feel they were so concerned about not being called racist that they failed to take their fans, TV obligations, Blake’s guilt or innocence into account or anything else into perspective the other night. So frankly, I feel they can take their play-offs and ……. (you know the rest)

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  • Hey Ken thanks for chiming in on this one. If what you say does take place then that would change the whole game. I would like to see if this really takes place especially during these important elections. If the turnout for the black demographic shows out then we might see a change or who knows what might happen next…

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  • I think the most important thing in all of this is the voting initiatives. There has been an effort to suppress voting in some states, especially in urban areas with large minority populations. If the arenas in places like Georgia and Texas can be converted to giant polling stations, it could make a much bigger impact than continuing with the boycott.

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