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The fact that sports league commissioners are allowing players to turn games into messages for social justice shows exactly who is in charge – and it’s not the adults.
Taking a knee during the national anthem should never be allowed, nor respected.
Even though these NBA players stood for a moment of silence to commemorate the 19th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks, they still knelt once the Star Spangled Banner began playing.
Pathetic. Enough is enough!
Everyone knows why @nba kneels. On a day we remember the lives of the 2,996 lives lost, these guys kneel while a service member honors the flag with the anthem. I wish they would understand and know why #UnitedWeStand pic.twitter.com/YML7OWBr6n
— Stand Strong (@HatchOnTheRise) September 11, 2020
Keep digging your own grave @nba and Adam Silver. Letting these entitled guys take a knee on #9/11. Be ashamed. Losing more and more viewers because of the constant disrespect.
— Craig McCarty (@C_Mac23) September 12, 2020
NBA players kneeled during the national anthem on the anniversary of 9/11.
They couldn’t even stand to honor the heroes who sacrificed and died. It’s disgusting.
— David Hookstead (@dhookstead) September 12, 2020
The NBA community remembers 9/11.
— theScore (@theScore) September 11, 2020
Only in 2020 would standing for the National Anthem be considered a newsworthy story.
Magic’s Jonathan Isaac chooses to remain standing as the rest of the Magic and Nets players and coaches take a knee and lock arms during the national anthem.
— theScore (@theScore) July 31, 2020
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