Written by Reuters
15 Sep, 2018 | 3:31 pm
REUTERS – NBA star Steph Curry voiced his support for Serena Williams and Colin Kaepernick Friday (September 14) in an interview in London.
The 30-year-old Curry, who won the 2017-18 NBA title with the Golden State Warriors in June, is currently in England enjoying the last month of the NBA offseason and sat down with the BBC.
Curry said he understood Serena’s controversial reaction during the recent U.S. Open women’s final and that he thought she spoke eloquently afterward on the need for gender equality in tennis.
The three-time NBA champ is also a fan of former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick and believes that NFL players kneeling during the U.S. anthem help bring a spotlight to racial inequality.
Curry and the Warriors will help open the 2018-19 NBA regular season October 16 when they take on the Oklahoma City Thunder in Oakland.
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