Orlando Magic forward Jonathan Issac was the only player to stand during the national anthem on Friday as his teammates and Brooklyn Nets players protested against racial injustice and police brutality.
Isaac was the only man from the first three matches of the NBA’s resumption season. He also did not wear a Black Lives Matter shirt and instead opted to stand with his arms on his back with his magic jersey showing.
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It is also worth noting that Isaac was excluded for the rest of the February season following a significant knee injury in January. He was able to play due to time lapse between injury and restarting CBA. He checked out the game wearing a giant white leg brace on his left leg.
It was not immediately clear why Isaac opted to stand while his other comrades knelt down.
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In June, Isaac was asked about the protests following the police-involved death of George Floyd.
He told Clique Orlando: “Just because we are in a position to be NBA players, it does not automatically give us an understanding or insight to the issues around us. But I think we have ears for so many, it is important for us to be hardworking, vocal, but in a balanced way. “
The mastery of the magic praised the players’ decision to kneel.
“The Davos Family and Orlando Magic organizations fully support the Magic Players, who have chosen to take advantage of their professional platform to send a peaceful and powerful message of mass, racial injustice and inappropriate use of violence by police Condemned, especially by people of color. Our players have been proud of the positive impact and have taken with them in the belief that sports can bring people together – bridging division and inclusiveness, equality, diversity and Promoting unity. We know this is not about the military, the men and women who serve. To keep our communities safe for all, or the people who pay the ultimate price, including freedom of expression. To keep. We believe there is boundless respect for these institutions and individuals throughout the Magic Family. Racism once and for all. We are committed to walking alongside our players – today and in the days ahead – Ange in the search for sustainable and effective, ”the team said.
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