LeBrons first speech focused on briona Taylor, a young black woman shot and killed by a police officer carrying out a search warrant several months ago. He said he hoped to continue to seek justice for Taylor. Those policemen should be arrested. What is right is right and what is wrong is wrong.
Asked what he thought of the energy the Lakers played in todays game, LeBron said, were as strong on the court as we are off the court trying to get justice for Taylor.
LeBron said he would continue to voice his voice on the issue of social injustice in the United States, I will only continue to be myself.
I dont think its a movement, he said, referring to the black life is life campaign. I dont like the word sports because in American society, unfortunately, we dont have any sports.
LeBron also alluded to current president Trump: in 2016, Barack Obama was our president. Now we all know what happened. Is all this progress? I dont think everyone agrees that this is progress. We still have a long way to go.
At the end of the interview, LeBron once again mentioned Taylor. At the end of the interview, let me continue with a word of justice for Taylor. Ill go on