Jacob Blake shooting: Top American athletes boycott games in protest
By Guardian Exclusive
29 August 2020 | 10:11 am
Top American athletes are boycotting games and tournaments because of the constant shootings of African Americans by police. NBA teams - Lakers, Clippers, Bucks, Blazers, Rockets, Thunders - all boycotted Game 5 of the playoff series.
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