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America’s Athletes: “We Cannot Breathe” in protest of Floyd’s killing


Milwaukee Bucks Basketball, which has the best record in the Professional Basketball League, on a march in Medina Minneapolis They are wearing T-shirts written on it "I can not breathe", Referring to what Floyd uttered before his death.

Among the Milwaukee Bucks players, the best player in the league last season participated Greek Yannis Antikonkembo, who also wore a shirt written on it "I can not breathe"And demanded in front of a number of protesters to achieve justice and not to differentiate between Americans of all kinds and origins.

The Greek player chanted in front of the protesters: "We want change and justice for the sake of our children .. The color does not matter. We are not black, white, zero. we are all human"According to Agence France-Presse.

Several Milwaukee players, including the brother of the Greek player Thanassis and Brooke Lopez, Sterling Brown, Donte Devincenza, Frank Mason and Cam Reynolds, also participated in the march.

According to Agence France-Presse, Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry called Basim "George Floyd" While joining some of his fellow champions American Basketball Association Three times in the past four seasons, a crowd of protesters marched in a peaceful rally in California last Wednesday.

The rally was held at the same place where the Warriors’ team celebrated the league titles with its fans, in which club players such as Clay Thompson, Kevin Looney and Damon Lee also participated.

He had donated a legend American basketballMichael Jordan, with $ 100 million for organizations fighting for racial equality and social justice, in light of waves of protest across the country after the killing of George Floyd.

She was directed to the white American policeman Derek Chauvin Who arrested Floyd, 46, and pressed his knee to his neck for several minutes without listening to his summons, as he could not breathe before announcing his death later, the charge of unintentional killing. But protests continued to escalate, and at times ended in riots, to the point that curfews were declared in several cities.

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The voices of a number of players from the Milwaukee Bucks basketball team, which has the best record in the Professional Basketball League, marched in the city of Minneapolis wearing T-shirts reading “I cannot breathe”, referring to what Floyd uttered before his death.

Among the Milwaukee Bucks players, the best player in the league last season participated Greek Yannis Antikonembembo, who also wore a shirt that read “I cannot breathe”, and demanded in front of a number of protesters to achieve justice and not to differentiate between Americans of various kinds and origins.

“We want change and justice for the sake of our children … The color does not matter. We are not black, white, zero. We are all human,” the Greek player chanted in front of the protesters.

Several Milwaukee players, including the brother of the Greek player Thanassis and Brooke Lopez, Sterling Brown, Donte Devincenza, Frank Mason and Cam Reynolds, also participated in the march.

According to Agence France-Presse, the Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry chanted “George Floyd” while joining some of his NBA champions three times in the past four seasons, to a crowd of demonstrators in a peaceful rally in California last Wednesday.

The rally was held at the same place where the Warriors’ team celebrated the league titles with its fans, in which club players such as Clay Thompson, Kevin Looney and Damon Lee also participated.

And American basketball legend Michael Jordan has donated $ 100 million to organizations fighting for racial equality and social justice, in light of waves of protest across the country after the killing of George Floyd.

The white American policeman, Derek Chauven, who arrested Floyd, 46, pressed his knee to his neck for several minutes without listening to his summons, as he could not breathe before announcing his death later, was charged with unintentional killing. But protests continued to escalate, and at times ended in riots, to the point that curfews were declared in several cities.

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Source: Skynews

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