Joe Biden Rumors
Presidential hopeful Joe Biden, NBA star Chris Paul and Mayor Vi Lyles visited a legendary restaurant in Charlotte Wednesday afternoon. During a visit to Charlotte, the Biden motorcade stopped at Mert’s Heart & Soul in uptown Charlotte around 2 p.m.
Duane Rankin: Steve Kerr will “kick off” a phone bank to mark National Voter Registration Day tomorrow. A former star at #BearDown and #Suns GM, Kerr will encourage Arizonans to check their registration status and “plan to vote early for Joe Biden and Democrats up and down the ticket.”
Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry and family appeared at the 2020 Democratic National Convention on Thursday night to endorse Joe Biden for president. The three-time NBA champion and two-time Most Valuable Player was joined by his wife Ayesha and two daughters Riley, 8, and Ryan, 5, to offer a candid look at a family conversation about the state of America and politics. The video of the family titled “Keeping the Faith with the Currys” highlighted the importance of November’s presidential election and the changes they would like to see in the country.
Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry and his wife Ayesha are voting for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris in 2020. The Currys will officially endorse Biden and Harris at the Democratic National Convention on Thursday.
Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James also announced his desire to campaign for Biden and Harris this year. James told Cari Champion and Jemele Hill on their new show Wednesday night, where James said he would “for sure” campaign for Biden and Harris. James campaigned for Hillary Clinton in 2016.
A freelance NBA photographer from Houston is in the hot seat after he shared an offensive meme about Joe Biden and Kamala Harris on his Facebook page shortly after the pair announced they were 2020 running mates. The photographer, Bill Baptist, posted a meme that read “Joe an and the Hoe.”
When KPRC 2 contacted the NBA for comment on the matter, a spokesperson for the organization issued the following statement: “The photographer is an independent contractor and his services are no longer being used in Orlando.”
LeBron James did retweet a video posted by Democratic nominee for president Joe Biden teasing a conversation between the former vice president and his old boss, Barack Obama. James added a caption to the original post, which suggested Biden would become the 46th president of the United States, with googly eyes, praying hands and raised fist emojis, if you want to read between the lines.