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NFL star when the national anthem is sitting in his singles Yang points like: do young Lakers period highlights Swaggy long handed James Tencent September 4th sports Mamba singled out the news according to U.S. media reports of "thescore", San Francisco 49 quarterback Nick Colin Capet caused a sensation, because he refused to stand before playing the national anthem. But as for what Capet has done, Lakers guard Nick Young has given his support. He says Nick Capet is doing a great job. Nick Young Capet Nick in the recent 49 teams and Green Bay Packers in the game, before the game to play the national anthem, but he sat on the bench on the Capet Nick. Capet Nick said he refused to stand up, because of his treatment of ethnic minorities in the United States dissatisfaction. "I’m not going to stand up to a compression of the black and coloured national flag represents the pride of Capet Nick after the game to the NFL (post Rugby League) television network said," for me, the game is more important than this, if I do not, then I am selfish. In the street lay dead, people kill people can also get paid vacation or run away." It is clear that Capet Nick’s behavior caused a huge controversy, but singles Yang gave support. "I think it’s great," Yang said in an interview with the famous gossip website TMZ. "I’ll do the same thing, man. I hurt my knee, but I might sit." In the previous two preseason games, Capet Nick played the National Anthem did not stand up, but at that time because of injuries he did not wear a shirt. Mr Capet Nick said he would donate $1 million to a charity dedicated to racial equality. "He’s doing great things, man." Yang said, "I respect everything he has done." The 49 men admitted in a statement that Capet Nick sat on the bench before the national anthem was played, and they said that anyone involved or not involved in the national anthem. "The players are encouraged but not required to stand up during the national anthem," NFL spokesman said on Saturday." (Zhang Lei) copyright statement: This article is the Tencent sports exclusive articles, without authorization, shall not be reproduced, otherwise it will pursue legal responsibilities.相关的主题文章: