Protests in U.S. sports continue to be canceled in black man shootings

Protests in U.S. sports continue to be canceled at 10:09 a.m. on August 28 in the shooting of a black man

Protests against a black man being shot by a police officer in Wisconsin, USA, have continued to have an impact on the sports world, including a series of games being canceled in major leagues and NBA-American professional basketball on the 27th.

In American sports, a series of boycotts of athletes were called off Friday as a protest against a black man being shot from behind by a police officer in Wisconsin.

On the 27th, seven of the 15 scheduled games, including the Orioles vs. the Rays and the Marlins vs. the Mets, were canceled.

In the NBA, where approximately 80 percent of the players are black, all three playoff games were canceled following the 26th.

The NBA wants to resume the game on the 28th or 29th and is continuing discussions with the players’ association.

In addition, nine teams have stopped practicing in the NFL-American Professional Football League, which kicks off the season on the 10th of next month.