NBA Reveals List Of "Woke" Slogans That Players Can Wear On Their Uniforms
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Barring any unforeseen complications, the wokest professional sports league on the planet will resume its season later this month in Florida.
Plans have been finalized for an abbreviated completion of the regular season and the playoffs to take place at Orlando's Disneyworld Resort in a complex described as the bubble where strict measures to prevent the COVID-19 infection of players will be implemented.
The league which has been at war with President Trump who has been smeared by both players like LeBron James and Steph Curry as well as coaches Greg Popovich and Steve Kerr is also going to great lengths to promote the radical Marxist-inspired agenda of the Black Live Matter movement.
With virtue signaling at least as important to the league as crowing King James as its champion, the NBA will allow for its players to express their political viewpoints by displaying social justice slogans on the back of their jerseys.
The National Basketball Players Association and the NBA reached an agreement Friday on social justice messages that can be displayed above the numbers on the backs of jerseys when the league resumes play July 30, a source told ESPN's The Undefeated.
The list of the suggested social messages that were agreed upon by the NBPA and the NBA and then made available to players via email, per the source, are: Black Lives Matter; Say Their Names; Vote; I Can't Breathe; Justice; Peace; Equality; Freedom; Enough; Power to the People; Justice Now; Say Her Name; Sí Se Puede (Yes We Can); Liberation; See Us; Hear Us; Respect Us; Love Us; Listen; Listen to Us; Stand Up; Ally; Anti-Racist; I Am A Man; Speak Up; How Many More; Group Economics; Education Reform; and Mentor.
The messages will be displayed above the number during the first four days of the season restart, a source told The Undefeated. Players can have a first and second choice, but they do not have to use the space for a social message, the source said. If they do not, the player's last name would appear in that space.
After the first four nights, a player can simply go back to their last name. If they choose to continue showing a social message, their name would go below the number.
However, the approved list of messages has already come under fire for the limitation to only racially-oriented terms and a league that the NBA wouldn't allow players to make a statement in support of pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong which is being crushed under the jackboot of the communist Chinese regime.
The league was harshly criticized last year for sucking up to China, a huge source of revenue for the league and players alike despite its abominable record of human rights abuses.
Not only have King James and the NBA bent the knee to China but have puckered up and planted their pursed lips directly on Xi Jinping's ass.
The NBA will also display BLACK LIVES MATTER on the courts if the season does tip-off as planned on July 30th although the divisive message may end up costing it fans.