Juan Toscano-Anderson: We are basketball players, but w…

Juan Toscano-Anderson: We are basketball players, but we’re humans first. After we leave this gym, we go home to a family, we go home to the real world. When we’re in transition from the gym to our house, a lot of us are worried about, ‘Am I driving correctly? Do I have my driver’s license?’ I would hate to come in contact with the police just because I don’t know how that interaction is going to go. I don’t think all policemen are bad, but you never know. I could easily have been George Floyd. It’s really cool that the NBA’s supportive and progressive enough to allow us to have a platform to speak openly. And I think that’s very healthy and I think it’s very needed for the Black community right now.
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