Before Game 4 against the Golden State Warriors, the Los Angeles Clippers found a way to protest owner Donald Sterling's alleged racist remarks.
The team reportedly held a meeting shortly after the audio tapes were made public on Friday night to discuss how it should handle the situation.
Before Sunday's game, the Clippers players sent a message of unity by taking off their shooting shirts and throwing them down on the court during warm-ups:
The Clippers took off their shooting shirts and dumped them at center court. pic.twitter.com/Nod5QWsWJy— Arash Markazi (@ArashMarkazi) April 27, 2014
The protest wasn't done there. The players turned the rest of their warm-up gear inside out:
Clippers take off warm-up gear, drop them at mid court t-shirts on backwards. pic.twitter.com/FbdNBzY2Js— Dan Woike (@DanWoikeSports) April 27, 2014
CP3: "We're going to be one. Everything we do, we do it together." pic.twitter.com/aQC4kcNEMZ— Arash Markazi (@ArashMarkazi) April 27, 2014
The Blazers wore black socks for their game vs the Houston Rockets on Sunday night:
#Blazers all wearing black socks for tonight's game to rally against racial injustice. Earl Watson: We wanted to show our league is unified.— Chris Haynes (@ChrisBHaynes) April 28, 2014
Blazers in black socks pic.twitter.com/wF0I5UdJXH— Ben Golliver (@BenGolliver) April 28, 2014