Warriors Say No Need to Protest During Anthem

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After the Golden State Warriors lost 108-102 to the Denver Nuggets in a preseason opener Saturday evening, the essential question asked at postgame availability was why the team elected not to participate in a protest demonstration before tipoff.

“I think we’ve done enough,” Andre Iguodala told ESPN. “We talked about how we’ve done enough and how we’re going about things a certain way. We feel like our voices are being heard.” Their opponents, the Nuggets, locked arms. “We said what we had to say,” Green said. “Everyone knows where we stand. We don’t need to do anything else to show where we stand. Everyone knows where we stand.”

Source: Chris Haynes of ESPN

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