All rights reserved. Everybody should be held at an equal standard, no matter the race, no matter the gender. Jarrell Brantley — ENOUGH. Every Jazz player (except Bojan Bogdanovic, obviously) selected a jersey message. I actually spoke with my teammates about what, for them, would help show my support, which word or which saying would would be an impact for them. It’s inevitable that he will have a different perspective than many of his teammates, that he can’t identify with or relate to the struggles they are so passionately projecting. Forward Joe Ingles, who will wear the word “Ally” on his jersey during the restart, explained how he settled upon that particular choice, and what it means to and for him. … But that wasn’t one of the ones [we could use] so I’ll keep my name on the back.”, “I wasn’t able to put Trayvon so I’m using my name.
Post was not sent - check your email addresses! Mitchell continues to hammer home the story of Breonna Taylor, an emergency medical technician who was fatally shot in her own home by Louisville police serving a no-knock search warrant on a fruitless drug raid. I just want to say her name because I think that’s really important.