NBA commissioner Adam Silver defended returning the All-Star Game to Charlotte, saying he hopes the game could set an example of “what equality looks like to a community” and that “the state will follow.”
NBA commissioner Adam Silver defended returning the All-Star Game to Charlotte, saying he hopes the game could set an example of “what equality looks like to a community” and that “the state will follow.” Jeff Chiu AP
NBA commissioner Adam Silver defended returning the All-Star Game to Charlotte, saying he hopes the game could set an example of “what equality looks like to a community” and that “the state will follow.” Jeff Chiu AP

Here’s what the NBA commissioner hopes playing All-Star Game in Charlotte achieves

June 03, 2017 5:17 PM