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Michael Jordan Speaks Out About Discrimination

The greatest player to every play in the NBA and the current owner of the Hornets has spoken up for discrimination. Michael Jordan spoke to the Charlotte Observer about House Bill 2.

With the NBA threatening to pull the NBA All Star game from Charlotte, Jordan is reiterated his policy.

“As my organization has stated previously, the Charlotte Hornets and Hornets Sports & Entertainment are opposed to discrimination in any form, and we have always sought to provide an inclusive environment,” Jordan said in a statement to the Observer in response to an interview request regarding HB2.

“As has been the case since the building opened, we will continue to ensure that all fans, players and employees feel welcome while at work or attending NBA games and events at Time Warner Cable Arena.”

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