WATCH: 1st NBA Player Not To Kneel, An Ordained Christian Minister: ‘We Can Get Past Skin Color’


On Friday, while the national anthem was playing before the Orlando Magic/Brooklyn Nets game, Magic forward Jonathan Isaac, an ordained Christian minister, became the first player in the NBA this season to stand for the national anthem. He also did not wear a “Black Lives Matter” shirt as his teammates did.

“A person with knowledge of Isaac’s decision said it was not a surprise to his teammates and that his choice was discussed ahead of time,” The Associated Press reported.

After the game, Isaac spoke to the press. He was asked, “Do you believe that black lives matter?”


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