The inscriptions that Gober, Leonard and other NBA players will use to replace their names on jerseys are named

The NBA has introduced a list of labels that players can use to replace their last name on their jerseys during the season restart in Orlando. The list presented on Twitter included the words “black Lives matter”, “Name them”, “vote”,” I can’t breathe”,” Justice”,” Peace”,” Equality”,” Freedom”,” Enough”,” Power to the people”,” Justice now”,” Hear us”,” Respect us”,” Listen to us”,” Stand up”,” education Reform ” and others.

Some NBA players have already decided which label they will choose. Rudy Gober (Utah jazz), Meyers Leonard (Miami Heat) and Yusuf nurkic (Portland trail Blazers) chose”Equality”, Kent Bazemore (Sacramento kings) and CJ McCollum (Portland trail Blazers) chose”education Reform”, Matisse Tibull (Philadelphia Sixers) and Mo Wagner (Washington wizards”) — “vote”, Ivica zubac (Los Angeles clippers) — “enough”.

The NBA and the Union allowed players to replace the name on their jerseys with a statement about racial and social justice. The English Premier soccer League was one of the first professional sports leagues to adopt this method. The players replaced their names on their game jerseys with a black Lives Matter statement in support of the fight against global systemic racism. The NBA decided to follow the example of the APL.

The first team arrived at disney World for the restart of the NBA season

The Orlando magic became the first NBA team to arrive at the disney World amusement Park, according to the club’s press service on its Twitter page.

Disney world is located in Orlando, the home city of magic. The amusement Park has an indoor campus for League teams to live in. The regular season is scheduled to start on July 30.

At the time of the suspension of the season due to the coronavirus pandemic, Orlando was ranked eighth in the Eastern conference standings with a score of 30-35. With a high degree of probability, the wards of Steve Clifford will be able to make the playoffs at the end of eight regular season games at disney World, as neighbors on the table, the Brooklyn nets (30-34) and the Washington wizards (24-40), in the run-up to the restart of the season, lost a number of leading performers.