JR Smith is not here for Adam Silver’s shenanigans on anthem protest.
The NBA Commissioner sent out a memo to teams on Friday saying that he expected players and coaches to stand for the national anthem before games, which is actually a league rule.
The memo also suggested NBA teams promote videos expressing themes of unity before their first home games — seeing as the league co-signed players speaking out about social injustice and civil rights.
Smith, the Cavs mercurial guard heard about Silver’s comments, and lets just say he wasn’t at in agreement.
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