Steve Kerr on Daryl Morey-China-Hong Kong situation: ‘I handled it really poorly’

Warriors coach Steve Kerr is incredibly outspoken on political issues. He even once said, “If you look at the history of the world, the biggest problems come when people don’t speak. So, I think it’s important to express your views.” But when controversy erupted over Rockets general manager Daryl Morey tweeting support for Hong Kong protesters (who trying to maintain and expand their freedoms) and the NBA’s relationship with China, Kerr was quiet. Candace Buckner of The Washington Post: With the NBA addressing severed ties w/ a Chinese bkb camp, I wanted to share this from Steve Kerr I’m working on a piece abt coaches & their role in speaking up & Kerr, usually outspoken, admitted he didn’t like his comments re: China last yr I think this is honest reflection pic.twitter.com/6sPNVWWnVt — Candace Buckner (@CandaceDBuckner) July 24, 2020 I’m glad Kerr admitted his remorse. At very minimum, Morey deserved stronger support for exercising his freedom of speech. That should have been easy to provide. Yet, even the NBA itself needed multiple attempts to get that right. So many around the league blew that easiest test. Kerr is right: The NBA is far from unique as an American company operating… Read full this story

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