The massacre at an Orlando nightclub Sunday shook the country, and professional sports teams have been vocal in their support for the victims. The NBA Finals and Stanley Cup Finals held a moment of silence prior to their first games after the tragedy, and many teams have spoken up on social media. The Miami Heat tweeted out their support and prayers for the city of Orlando, then went an extra step by changing their logo as a tribute to the LGBT community.
Jonah Ballow: Should be noted, @Phil Jackson said the #Knicks will participate in the Orlando Summer League this year instead of Vegas. #Knicks
The Clippers will participate in the Southwest Airlines Orlando Pro Summer League from July 4-10. The summer league will feature 25 games and includes two teams from the Orlando Magic, along with the Brooklyn Nets, Charlotte Hornets, Detriot Pistons, Indiana Pacers, Memphis Grizzlies, Miami Heat and Oklahoma City Thunder.