NBA Legend says He Would Have Protested The National Anthem

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NBA legend, Kobe Bryant says he would have taken part in the National Anthem protest.
Bryant commended Colin Kaepernick for starting the trend in the NFL. Kobe didn't mention anything about where he would have stood in the #MeToo movement however. reports: NBA legend Kobe Bryant would have joined athlete demonstrations during the national anthem to highlight racial injustice if he were still playing basketball.

“I would have participated in it, for sure," Bryant told the Undefeated Sunday when asked about player protests prompted by former NFL San Francisco 49er Colin Kaepernick, protests which later gained further traction when criticized by President Trump.

“I'm sure I would have gotten some flak for it. That's fine. I think with Colin's message, it was a very simple one. It was police brutality needs to stop. We need to take a look at that,” the former Los Angeles Laker shooting guard continued.

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