Last month, the NBA and its players association agreed on social justice messages that can be displayed on the back of jerseys when the league resumes the season in Orlando.
Every player will have the option of having their last name on the back of their jersey, or a message in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.
The NBA has released the messages for every player in the league, and these jerseys will debut during the first seeding game. Kawhi Leonard, Paul George, and Patrick Beverley have each elected to keep their own names on their jerseys.
Patrick Beverley: “Beverley”
Amir Coffey: “How Many More”
Paul George: “George”
JaMychal Green: “Black Lives Matter”
Montrezl Harrell: “How Many More”
Reggie Jackson: “Liberation”
Kawhi Leonard: “Leonard”
Terance Mann: “I Am A Man”
Rodney McGruder: “Peace”
Marcus Morris: “Education Reform”
Joakim Noah: “Justice”
Patrick Patterson: “I Am A Man”
Landry Shamet: “Equality”
Lou Williams: “Equality”
Ivica Zubac: “Enough”