When the NBA resumed the 2019-20 season in Orlando in July, there has been an awful lot extra on the road than finishing the season and crowning a champion after a four-month hiatus because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The resumption of the season additionally focused round social justice, with players, coaches, referees, groups and league officers the use of their collective voice and platform to impact extrade in neighborhood groups and the kingdom as a whole.

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The 2019-20 season concluded on Oct. eleven while the Los Angeles Lakers defeated the Miami Heat to win their seventeenth NBA championship. But after the confetti become swept away, the champagne dried and the bubble formally burst with groups, personnel and media leaving the Disney World campus, the bigger mission surrounding social justice did now no longer cease.

The season can be over, however the paintings continues.

With the 2020 General Election less than two weeks away, the NBA family is committed to taking leaguewide action in support of non-partisan efforts to expand voting access and encourage civic engagement.

A key component of that commitment is the NBA, WNBA and G League partnership with the Civic Alliance, a nonpartisan coalition of more than 750 businesses focused on shifting the culture on voting and encouraging civic participation. As a collective, Civic Alliance members aim to strengthen our democracy by supporting safe, healthy and trusted elections, and by inspiring employees and customers to participate in civic life.

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