Tyus Jones was a high school phenom and possibly one of the most beloved talents to ever come out of the State of Minnesota. Because of his close proximity to Minneapolis, the epicenter of the nations fight for justice brewing for the murder of George Floyd at the hands of an officer, the Apple Valley, Minnesota native, and now Memphis Grizzlies guard, took to Twitter to voice his concern.
Jones, who is also recently a father, surely has additional concerns being that he is an African-American man who has to raise an African-American boy in a world that has been egregious with its lack of love and humanity for all mankind.
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