- Kendrick Perkins Rips Apart Kyle Kuzma, Calls for Dion Waiters to Get More Playing Time
- NBA Executive Doubts Kyrie Irving Will Respect Steve Nash as Head Coach
- Kevin Love Reacts to Ongoing Feud Between Richard Jefferson and Scottie Pippen
- Scottie Pippen Destroys Richard Jefferson for Saying Giannis Antetokounmpo ‘Might Be a Pippen’
- Richard Jefferson Crucifies Giannis Antetokounmpo, Compares Him to Scottie Pippen
- Report: Multiple Cavs Veterans Will Not Participate in Team’s Voluntary Minicamp
- Cavs Fans Livid After Team Decides to Honor Michael Jordan on Iconic Statement Edition Uniforms
- Andre Drummond Goes After Donald Trump Following Latest Attack on NBA Protests
- Richard Jefferson Destroys Giannis Antetokounmpo for Not Guarding Jimmy Butler in Game 1
- Report: Cavs Looking at These 3 Players With No. 5 Overall Pick
Jordan Clarkson Disses Donald Trump After Latest Coronavirus Comments: ‘This Is the Dumbest S–t I Heard’
- Updated: June 21, 2020
Clarkson took to Twitter to react to some of the president’s words during his rally.
idk what smoke they got in the white house? but this the dumbest shit i heard https://t.co/nFMRrcf5Sj
Countless NBA players have been critical of Trump and his divisive speech practically since he entered office in 2016.
Perhaps most notably, Clarkson’s former teammate LeBron James has been very open about his disdain for Trump on numerous occasions.
Back in 2017, James called Trump a “bum” after he disinvited the Golden State Warriors from celebrating their NBA championship win at the White House.
While 6,200 supporters watched Trump in an arena that was prepared to host over twice that, audiences close to either of those numbers won’t be able to watch NBA stars for quite some time.
While the NBA is set to resume in just over a month, the stands at the Orlando, Fla. bubble will be empty.
Based on what experts are saying, it seems possible that the 2020-21 season also takes place in empty arenas.