The Milwaukee Bucks were scheduled to take on the Orlando Magic in game 5 of their playoff series in the first round of the NBA playoffs until they decided to make a statement in the name of social justice. In a historical fashion, the Bucks players decided to boycott the game - an unprecedented measure for the NBA. A decision like this from the players - although controversial, hopefully in one that can lead to justice in Wisconsin, the state where Jacob Blake was shot by police in the town of Kenosha.
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