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In the wake of the events in Kenosha, Wisconsin two NBA games inside The Bubble have been canceled — the Milwaukee Bucks boycotted its game versus Orlando while both the Oklahoma City Thunder and Houston Rockets announced they would not play.
The Milwaukee Brewers may bring Major League Baseball into the fray with a boycott of its game this evening. It is a move that Josh Hader said the team will consider.
Hader told reporters, “I’m sure it is something we are going to discuss.”
Josh Hader on Bucks boycott: "I think it's a tremendous stand. This is more about sports." Says can't say yes or no on #Brewers boycott. "I'm sure it's something we are going to discuss."— Tom (@Haudricourt) August 26, 2020
Milwaukee is scheduled to play the Cincinnati Red at 8:10pm this evening and no word on whether or not that game will happen.
The NBA games were the first to not take place but they were not the first sports demonstration. Yesterday, the Detroit Lions canceled football practice, the Toronto Raptors previously threatened to boycott games while Denver Nuggets coach Michael Malone expressed frustration about what could and could not be done by players to express frustration.