Carmelo Anthony, Doc Rivers Among NBA's Social Justice Coalition Board

NBA superstar Carmelo Anthony will be on the NBA's Social Justice Coalition Board.
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NBA superstar Carmelo Anthony will be on the NBA's Social Justice Coalition Board.

The NBA's Social Justice Coalition Board will include team governors Micky Arison, Steve Ballmer, Clay Bennett, Marc Lasry and Vivek Ranadive; players Carmelo Anthony, Avery Bradley, Sterling Brown, Donovan Mitchell and Karl-Anthony Towns; and coaches Lloyd Pierce and Doc Rivers, according to Shams Charania of The Athletic and Stadium.

NBA Commissioner Adam Silver, NBA Deputy Commissioner Mark Tatum and NBPA Executive Director Michele Roberts will also sit on the board.

The NBA and NBPA created the Social Justice Coalition "to advance equality and social justice" after the Milwaukee Bucks and other teams walked out on games in August in the wake of the Jacob Blake shooting by police in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

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