NBA To Paint 'Black Lives Matter' On Courts In Orlando

Report: NBA, WNBA courts to feature 'Black Lives Matter' when play resumes

Report: NBA planning to paint ‘Black Lives Matter’ on courts in Orlando

The NBA will use three arenas at the Disney site as 22 of the league's 30 teams conclude the regular season beginning July 30.

The NBA will paint the words, "Black Lives Matter" on all 3 of the courts it will use in the Disney World bubble when the season restarts, according to ESPN.

While there's nothing negative about screaming "Black Lives Matter" from the mountain tops, a lot of people are quick to point out what the actual objective of this movement is, asking for local governments to do way more than just decorate the streets.

(Pictured) The HP Field House at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.

'We're just trying to continue to shed light on the different social justice issues that guys around our league continue to talk about day in and day out, ' Paul said.

Several high-profile players in both leagues participated in protests around the country.

The court redesign comes on the heels of reports earlier this week, indicating that players in Orlando will be allowed to replace the last name on their jerseys with a statement about social justice.

As we previously reported, several players have publicly expressed concern with joining the National Basketball Association bubble instead of focusing their full time and energy on continuing the Black Lives Matter movement.

NBA organisers have approved to paint NBA courts with "Black Lives Matter" slogan, when the basketball season resumes next month in Florida, according to the United States media. A reference to Breonna Taylor, who was shot and killed by police in her Louisville home in March.

Ultimately the WNBA rescinded those fines.

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