18. Bradley Beal
The Washington Wizards were one of the first NBA clubs to stand behind black Americans in the current unrest. Beal also took the time to make his own statement. He spoke out because President Trump took aim at the unrest and threatened to set the military on citizens exercising First Amendment rights.
He was furious at the President’s words and scoffed at them. This is also a busy time for Beal as he considers whether or not to stay in Washington. It is likely he will stay with the Wizards. It’s also clear that he feels incredibly loyal to the city.