Golden State Warriors, Boston Celtics win Game 2. donned the shirt before 'End Gun Violence

Coaches and players of the Golden State Warriors and Boston Celtics wore orange shirts with the message "End Gun Violence" on the front before Game 2 of the NBA Finals

Warriors coach Steve Kerr and Celtics coach Ime Udoka both wore shirts to their pregame news conference on Sunday night

Kerr made an emotional and angry argument during a pre-game news conference in Dallas before Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals after a mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, killed 19 children and two teachers. . On the first of that day on 24 May

"We feel very strongly as a league that it is time for the people to take notice," Kerr said on Sunday

“And to participate in a nationwide effort to limit gun violence that occurs there. And there are ways to limit it

There are proven laws waiting to be passed, whether it's background checks or what have you

"There are things we can do that will not violate people's Second Amendment rights but will save lives

The idea behind wearing shirts for both teams is to make people aware that they can contribute to various gun safety, gun violence prevention groups

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