Groups warn NBA against Kansas City as temporary home for Raptors

Kansas City has popped up as a potential temporary home for the Toronto Raptors next season
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Civil rights groups are reportedly cautioning the Toronto Raptors against temporarily playing in Kansas City, Missouri next year because of a lack of an alleged lack of commitment to social justice.

Kansas City has popped up as a potential temporary home for the Toronto Raptors next season — as they will likely need to relocate due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and international travel restrictions in place.

Three civil rights groups in the Kansas City area, however, have cautioned the Raptors and the league against doing so.

The reason?

City leaders have “failed to demonstrate that Black Lives Matter.”

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