In addition, the Atlanta Hawks, Miami Heat, Sacramento Kings, Orlando Magic, Denver Nuggets, Washington Wizards, Golden State Warriors, Sacramento Kings, New York Knicks and Utah Jazz are all recognizing Juneteenth in some fashion. The Wizards and Washington Mystics are expected to walk from the Capital One Arena in Washington to the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial on Friday morning. The Knicks joined forces with the New York Rangers to host an MLK youth panel on Thursday with former Knicks star Allan Houston and general manager Scott Perry.
January 15, 2021 | 12:58 pm EST Update
David Hardisty: James Harden’s goodbye statement to Houston. Interesting that Russell Westbrook liked it. pic.twitter.com/9vV9Qwx0ku
Eric Nehm: Torrey Craig tells reporters he is “not a big fan of the mask,” but knows he will be wearing it for a few weeks since he is now fully cleared. “The mask messes with your peripheral vision.” Craig also said it can mess with your timing and it gets hot under the mask quickly.