Report: NBA Unlikely to Allow Police-Brutality Victims' Names on Restart Jerseys


by Bleacher Report

Bleacher Report— A proposal discussed by the NBA and NBPA that would have allowed players to honor the victims of police brutality by putting their names on their uniforms during the league's restart next month reportedly is considered unlikely to move forward

CBSSports.com—NBA players unlikely to wear the names of police brutality victims on jerseys, per report. Out of respect for the victims' families, the NBPA is reportedly leaning toward not placing their names on player uniforms

Bleacher Report—Angel McCoughtry Wants WNBA to Allow Names of Police Brutality Victims on Jersey. Las Vegas Aces star Angel McCoughtry is petitioning the WNBA to allow players to put the names of victims of police brutality on their jerseys

Washington Post—NFL could allow players to wear names of victims of systemic racism, police brutality. The league also plans for “Lift Every Voice and Sing” to be played before the Star Spangled Banner at every Week 1 game in September.