New Orleans Pelicans quarterback J. J. Redick criticized US President Donald trump for bragging about an allegedly filled arena on his campaign trail, according to Clutch Points.
The NBA veteran dared to ask to show Trump the entire arena, adding that LeBron James had more fans attending his College games than the Donald’s campaign.
“Show the rest of the arena! LeBron had more fans at its games at the University,” wrote Redick in Twitter account.
JJ Redick was one of the most active critics of President trump. Earlier, the US President drew the IRE of several other famous NBA personalities, such as LeBron James, Steve Kerr and Gregg Popovich, for the way he handled the challenges America has faced in recent months.
Danny Green has predicted, which would lead to the split of the NBA players
The attacking defender of “Los Angeles Lakers” Danny Green believes that the desire of the coalition of players led by Kyrie Irving and Avery Bradley to boycott the restart of the 2019/2020 season will not lead to serious consequences and most of the leading NBA basketball players will start playing in Orlando on July 30.
“The media is trying to monitor all the content that people share on social networks, all Zoom conferences, all podcasts, all articles, and who is doing what. When the matches resume, they will no longer need to do so. They will be able to watch TV and listen to what the commentators say, listen to our passions on the court. There will be cameras everywhere in Orlando, they will see exactly what we are doing.
It seems that the players are divided, but I think we are all on the same page. We’ll have a few more video conferences. The Lakers will host a meeting of players this week. I hope there will be another conference with the NBA. I expect that there will be no media outlets at these meetings where everything will leak out before we can move forward together. We will decide how we will proceed, ” ESPN quoted the basketball player as saying.