Warriors guard Stephen Curry likely will kneel for the national anthem next season. Asked by Kelefa Sanneh on CBS’ “Sunday Morning” show whether he plans to kneel when the 2020-21 season starts, Curry said, “I believe so. I applaud every single one of them for doing it, and for doing it in unity.” Curry, 32, was referencing the NBA players, coaches and team staffers who have knelt before games in the Orlando bubble. Long a vocal supporter of former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s efforts to bring attention to police brutality against African Americans, Curry is eager to be part of the movement Kaepernick helped start. Related Stories Sporting GreenBy Ann KillionUnderestimate this social justice movement in sports at your…Sporting GreenBy Ann KillionA’s, 49ers are reminded that coronavirus vigilance remains a… It is unclear when next season will begin, but NBA Commissioner Adam Silver recently told ESPN that the league might wait until January or even February to up its chances of having fans at games. Connor Letourneau covers the Warriors for The San Francisco Chronicle. Email: [email protected] Twitter: @Con_Chron
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