The Milwaukee Bucks believe they are equipped to handle anything thrown at them this season.
In 2018, Milwaukee Bucks player Sterling Brown was tased and manhandled by police officers for 'improperly parking his car.' So when the Bucks refuse to walk out onto the court in a protest against police brutality in their state — we are all listening. Black lives MATTER.
Milwaukee Bucks become first NBA team to boycott playoff game to protest social injustice
"Despite the overwhelming plea for change, there has been no action, so our focus today cannot be on basketball." Sterling Brown and George Hill read a prepared statement from the Milwaukee Bucks players. (via @malika_andrews )