When their coach planned to reinstate a player accused of a domestic violence incident, the team was ready to walk out.
Agnes Paye escaped the West African nation of Liberia when she was 12 and fled on foot to Sierra Leone. Her father, the man Kwity is named after, was one of the roughly 500,000 people killed during Liberia's first civil war.
Kentucky's victory in the NCAA women's volleyball championship was the most-viewed show on ESPN2 this month.
Ten women spoke to the Los Angeles Times about alleged abuses and mistreatment under former coach Lori Nelson, which calls to mind other instances of how terribly young women have been treated in the sports world.
It's clear Davis is at least trying to be an ally in the fight against racism and systemic injustice. But he has more work to do.