The NBA's boycott has caught everyone's attention around the country. Now, the pressure is on for the owners and players to find a way to capitalize on this moment.
Players are still unsure if they'll carry on with the rest of the postseason. That being said, Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green has some advice for his fellow competitors.
Green clearly supports the players for trying to make change, but he wants them to know how important it is for them to keep their platform. In other words, the All-Star forward thinks the season should continue in some capacity.
"I stand with my brothers in the bubble continuing to stand for what’s right and fight the oppression of Black People," Green wrote on Twitter. "But I do hope that they understand, that we too have a job to do, which is continue building that very platform that we are using to speak for OUR PEOPLE!"
Green reiterated that it's crucial the NBA handles the next steps of its boycott well. If not, the boycott won't have as big of an impact as it potentially could.
"Making headlines is great. The attention has been grabbed. Now the next steps are more important now than ever," Green said.
NBA players have tried extremely hard to end social injustice, but they obviously can't do that on their own.
We'll see if the NBA's boycott inspires people with the power to make significant changes to take matters into their own hands. That alone would be a huge win for the league.