Atlanta- According to Agence France-Presse, the NBA and several of its teams and figures have expressed support for the conviction of former police officer Derek Chauvin (Derek Chauvin) on Tuesday for the murder of African-American George Floyd (George Floyd). But it warned that “There is still a lot of work to be done.”
Big stars of the North American Basketball League, such as Giannis Antetokounmpo or Stephen Curry, participated in a large-scale parade in the United States last year to protest Freud’s crimes , And demanded to stop police brutality against the blacks of the country.
The league said in a joint statement with the Players Association: “The murder of George Floyd is a turning point in our view of the race and justice issues in our country. We are very happy to get justice.”
At the end of the game, he said: “But we also recognize that there is still a lot of work to be done.” “We will redouble our efforts to advocate for major changes in the criminal and police justice fields.”
Several current and former Alliance figures including Kevin Love (Knight) and Ja Morant (Grizzlies) tweeted that they immediately supported the jury’s verdict, a move that exposed the deep ethnicity of the United States. Disagreement.
The jury ruled that Chauvin was a former white police officer and he was guilty of all three counts of murder and manslaughter charged in Floyd’s death in Minneapolis in May 2020.
“Thank God for justice,” one of the best players in NBA history, the legendary Los Angeles Lakers Evan Magic Johnson (Earvin’Magic’ Johnson) breathed a sigh of relief.