NBA Reveals Black Lives Matter Logo On Court

The NBA revealed the Black Lives Matter (BLM) logo on the court it will use for the restart of its season today. This comes one day after Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban engaged in a Twitter feud with Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) over potential player protests of the National Anthem. The NBA will restart its 2019-2020 season on July 30, after a 4-plus month lockdown due to the CCP coronavirus pandemic. When it restarts, in a “bubble” in Orlando, Florida to minimize contact with the outside world, it will pay tribute to the BLM movement with a logo painted on the court.

The Black Lives Matter logo extends for a long stretch of the sideline in front of the announcer’s table, where it will appear prominently on television broadcasts. Many NBA players have expressed outrage over the killing of George Floyd at the hands of the Minneapolis Police in May, which has sparked large protests and riots in cities across America. Read more…