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Warriors will not protest national anthem

01 Octobre 2017

The Golden State Warriors forward gave Paul Millsap a first-hand look at how tight his handles are as he sent new Denver Nuggets forward crumbling to the floor after a nasty behind-the-back crossover in their first preseason game.

Outside of regression or injury, we know Durant's baseline. "We talked about how we've done enough and how we're going about things a certain way". We don't need to do anything else to show where we stand. While the National Football League allows players to kneel or sit during the anthem, the NBA requires players, coaches and trainers to stand. So I feel like that's their thing. But I think the conversation has started at this point. Curry, coach Steve Kerr, and other Warriors players have been outspoken in their criticism of Trump, and Kerr wrote on SI.com that the team probably would have skipped the trip regardless.

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Former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick first knelt and subsequently sat during the anthem previous year to protest racial inequality.

Warriors will not protest national anthem