OKC Thunder: 14 players choose jersey messages
Fourteen Thunder players, using five languages, will wear social justice messages on the backs of their jerseys for the season restart.
The team-by-team list of jersey messages was released Friday.
The NBA and National Basketball Players Association agreed on the list available to players.
Darius Bazley and Deonte Burton were the only Thunder players who opted out. Here are the messages Thunder players chose:
Steven Adams: Kia Kaha (Maori for "Stay Strong" aka "Power to The People")
Hamidou Diallo: Black Lives Matter
Luguentz Dort: Respekte Nou (Haitian Creole for "Respect Us")
Terrance Ferguson: Black Lives Matter
Danilo Gallinari: Giustizia (Italian for "Justice")
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander: Equality
Devon Hall: Love Us
Kevin Hervey: Shalom (Hebrew for "Peace")
Mike Muscala: Peace
Abdel Nader: Peace
Nerlens Noel: Equality
Chris Paul: Equality
Andre Roberson: I Am A Man
Dennis Schroder: Black Lives Matter