"Justice, equality and doing the right thing and treating people the right way and respecting everyone's life dwarfs the importance of basketball but if basketball is the vehicle you can use to generate attention and garner support for all these issues that are so important....then you try to utilize that avenue again to highlight the issues and affect change."

NBA contributor, college basketball analyst and actor Bill Herenda

NBA contributor Bill Herenda brings insight on how the sport is dealing with trying to finish season inside a bubble with so much anxiety outside the bubble. The shooting of Jacob Blake has once again brought to the forefront the issue of police brutality and racial injustice. Herenda offers his thoughts on the decision to suspend play for two days and the eventual resumption of the playoffs. Acknowledging the problem will not dissolve with a Nov. 3 election, Bill comments on interview snippets from Dr. Harry Edwards and Chris Webber on where we go from here as a society. To lighten the mood, Bill took us back the court and how he feels the truncated season will play out and what may unfold in the upcoming NBA draft.

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Bill Herenda on the NBA Copes with Crisis

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