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Did Bill Walker Mess Up This Perfectly Awesome Moment Between Carmelo Anthony And Trayvon Martin’s Family?
With the family of slain teen Trayvon Martin in town, Carmelo Anthony wanted to do something special. So he brought Trayvon’s mother and brother into the Knicks locker room for autographs and photos, and most importantly a welcomed break from the incredible whirlwind their lives have become. It was a great moment — and Bill Walker photobombed the hell out of it.
Radio Host: The Miami Heat In Hoodies Photo Is “A Publicity Stunt,” Also Blames The Hoodie For Trayvon Martin’s Death
Sirius XM radio personality Dan Graca said some pretty inflammatory things on his show yesterday, including a “guarantee” that Trayvon Martin would be alive if not for his hoodie, and that he can’t figure out the message behind the Heat posing in support of Trayvon.
NBA Players Union’s Statement On Trayvon Martin: “Silence In The Face Of This Injustice Is Reprehensible”
Earlier today, the Miami Heat posed for a picture in hoodies to protest the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, an unarmed African-American teen. It was a big statement for a team as a whole to make, and earlier this evening, the league’s players association followed suit by releasing a strongly-worded statement. Read it after the jump.
Florida teenagerÂ Trayvon Martin was shot to death by a neighborhood watch volunteer named George Zimmerman in late February. Martin was unarmed, and his only “transgression” at this point seems to to be that he was young, black, and wearing a hoodie when he was killed. More, after the jump.