The Golden State Warriors will be moving across the Bay back to San Francisco after 47 seasons in Oakland. This is a fond farewell to Oracle Arena as well as a special bond between 'Town' and team.Warriors Basketball In 'The Town': We're Hella Going To Miss You
However, of all the commentary surrounding Kaepernick, some of the most curious came from former NBA commissioner David Stern. On an appearance on Bloomberg's Business of Sports podcast, Stern said that if Kaepernick had just been suspended by the NFL, he would still be playing in the league.Colin Kaepernick and Eric Reid Cement Their Place in History While David Stern Tries To Rewrite It
Of the many stars to come out to Oakland for the BIG3's visit to Oracle Arena, few shined like Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf, a legend on and off the court.Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf Steals The Show In The Town Where Basketball Never Sleeps
Few use their platform like Jesse Williams, as issues in sports and tech have allowed the actor to use his voice to create change. In our interview with Williams, there's still work to be done.Truth Telling With Jesse Williams On Social Justice, Inclusion And Equality In Sports And Tech
Few athletes have risked it all in the name of what they believe in like Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf did two decades ago. His return to the public's eye is now as timely as ever. Here is our interview with him.From Point Guard To Protest: Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf Talks Hoops, Social Awareness And Colin Kaepernick
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