National Football League stars past and present are expressing outrage after President Donald Trump used an address in Huntsville, Alabama, on Friday to attack players who protest during the national anthem. Trump did not reference by name San Francisco 49ers former player Colin Kaepernick, who took a knee during the national anthem before games last year to protest police brutality and racial injustice.
Raiders punter Marquette King responded to the comments President Donald Trump made about Warriors star Steph Curry and the comments the president made about NFL players who protest the national anthem by standing in front of the White House with a handwritten sign. The sign says, “Looks like this ‘son of a (expletive)’ revoked my invitation too! @StephenCurry30” A post shared by Marquette King (@marquetteking) on Sep 23, 2017 at 2:31pm PDT On the same day that King posted that on Instagram, Trump tweeted that he was withdrawing Curry’s invitation to the White House (since Curry won the NBA championship with the Warriors last season and traditionally teams visit the White House) after Curry had
BOSTON – When Danny Ainge put the Celtics roster together last season, he knew going in that rebounding for them would be a challenge. This season, Boston has a relatively new roster with just four players returning from a year ago. Even with new faces, the Celtics come into the season once again being challenged to be a competitive team on the boards. In Brad Stevens’ four seasons with Boston, the Celtics have finished no better than 15th in the league in rebounding percentage. And the outlook this season doesn’t look all that much better. However, hope is not totally lost. While the road to rebounding success is narrow, there are factors that could enable the Celtics to hold their