Jordan’s recent activity — including public statements against institutional racism and managing player-owner relations during the bubble boycott — is a reconciliation of sorts with his voluntary exclusion from socio-political affairs in the past.
By boycotting its playoff game Wednesday in protest of the indefensible shooting of Jacob Blake in Wisconsin and the perpetuation of police brutality, the Milwaukee Bucks made the kind of statement that sanctioned social slogans and conspicuous court embossing couldn’t.
Ed. note: Certainly, one of the best moments in the crazy swirl of media attention created by Donald Sterling was seeing our guy “Scoop B” Brandon Robinson step to the […]
Like a cyst, or a virus or even an ungodly appendage from the human body, the removal of Donald Sterling from the NBA could never be seen as a simple […]