17. Steve Kerr
Kerr has come out strongly against the current administration in this current period of unrest. First of all, he slated Vice President Mike Pence for saying he supported the right to peaceful protest. After all, Pence famously left a 2017 NFL game after Colin Kapernick took a knee.
He then took aim at President Trump.
“It’s been really demoralizing to feel the divide that exists in the country, and especially when that divide is exacerbated by our President on a daily basis, on an hourly basis,” Kerr told ESPN. “I’m frustrated, I’m humiliated, but I’m also determined to try to do more.”