Nuggets forward Jerami Grant answered every basketball and bubble question during a recent interview by discussing Breonna Taylor . Several other NBA players have followed his lead. 76ers forward Tobias Harris Harris, asked about Russell Westbrook 's social-justice shirts , via Paul Hudrick of NBC Sports Philadelphia : "Nothing against the T-shirts, but we want to make sure that [Kentucky attorney general] Daniel Cameron arrests the cops and officers involved with Breonna Taylor's death," Harris said. "That's all I've got to say." Before another reporter could be called on, Harris repeated the message. "That's going to be my answer for every question — for Daniel Cameron to step up and do what's right. That's the only message I've got today." Harris then politely thanked the media on the call and walked off. Trail Blazers guard C.J. McCollum McCollum, via Jamie Hudson of NBC Sports Northwest : We've been very proactive with our conversations and phone calls. We actually did a Zoom call with Breonna Taylor's mother a few days ago to get more information on everything that is going on, everything that has happened. I want to go on the record saying that [Kentucky Attorney General] Daniel Cameron is in… Read full this story
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