Reigning NBA MVP Steph Curry won't take a knee during the playing of the National Anthem at Golden State Warriors games, meaning the two most high profile Bay Area athletes -- Curry and 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick -- won't be on the same page when it comes to addressing society's inequality ills. Curry doesn't have any problem with Kaerpernick's approach -- not at all -- but he'll use his own methods to bring attention to social injustice where he sees it. In a wide-ranging talk, Curry told a TechCrunch conference that he's been "part of certain conversations off the grid, finding different ways to make our community better, especially for African-Americans."
But Curry will "most likely" stand for "The Star-Spangled Banner", opting for different avenues and methods to communicate and to make a difference. Note that just because Curry and Kaepernick aren't on the same page doesn't mean they don't have the same book -- they do. "Some people agree with Colin," Curry said. "Some don’t. But the common thread is that there is change that needs to be made.”
Stephen Curry says he'll "most likely stand" during national anthem this year, but supports Kaepernick pic.twitter.com/5Zo8EGLsev
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