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Sacramento Kings announcer Grant Napear out following 'All Lives Matter' tweet

Sacramento Kings play-by-play announcer Grant Napear, who called games for the NBA team since 1988, resigned Tuesday following comments he made regarding the Black Lives Matter movement.

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10:52pm PDT - June 2nd, 2020

Sacramento Kings, radio announcer Grant Napear part ways over 'all lives matter' Twitter comments to DeMarcus Cousins

Grant Napear lost his job with the Sacramento Kings over his "all lives matter" social media comment directed at former Kings player DeMarcus Cousins.

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4:08pm PDT - June 2nd, 2020

Kings Announcer Grant Napear Resigns After 'All Lives Matter' Comment

The Sacramento Kings announced Tuesday that television play-by-play announcer and Sports 1140 KHTK Radio host Grant Napear has resigned from the team following the "All Lives ...

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3:38pm PDT - June 2nd, 2020

Sacramento Kings broadcaster Grant Napear placed on leave after 'all lives matter' tweet

Sacramento Kings radio broadcaster Grant Napear was placed on administrative leave after he tweeted “All Lives Matter” in response to a question about his thoughts on the Black Lives Matter movement.

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4:54am PDT - June 2nd, 2020

NBA Announcer Suspended for ‘All Lives Matter’ Comment

Sacramento Kings announcer Grant Napear has been placed on administrative leave by the radio station he works for, after posting "All Lives Matter" on Twitter.

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10:21pm PDT - June 1st, 2020

Kings Broadcaster Grant Napear Apologizes for Black Lives Matter Comment

Sacramento Kings television play-by-play announcer Grant Napear has apologized for his tweet in response to free-agent NBA center DeMarcus Cousins, who asked the broadcaster his thoughts ...

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3:22pm PDT - June 1st, 2020

Vince Carter on NBA players competing without fans: 'You should be focused on the guy in front of you'

Vince Carter may have played his final game in the NBA, but if the league does return with regular-season play in 2020, the Atlanta Hawk said players shouldn’t be worried about playing with crowds.

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4:03am PDT - May 5th, 2020