Colorado athletes react to boycott, postponement of games in protest of racial injustice

The NBA made the decision to postpone all games Wednesday night after players around the league decided to boycott playing in protest against racial injustice.

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Following the lead of the NBA, a handful of MLB teams also made the decision for games to be postponed.

Rockies outfielder Matt Kemp made his decision to sit out in protest after announcing on social media he would not be available for the scheduled game against the Arizona Diamondbacks Wednesday night in Arizona.

Kemp wasn’t alone in voicing his opinion on the situation, with multiple Colorado athletes and public figures also speaking out:

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