San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich once again used his public platform to address an important political issue.
Before his team's 101-99 loss the Utah Jazz on Monday night, Popovich discussed the importance of Black History Month and the racial divides that exist in the United States.
Here he is speaking to reporters:
Popovich has never been shy about sharing his political beliefs. Last November, he even admitted that he responds to political letters submitted by fans, even from those who disagree with his viewpoints.
He's also been especially critical of President Donald Trump and members of the current administration.
It's possible that Popovich's latest comments were a veiled response to the remarks made by Attorney General Jeff Sessions. During a speech at the the National Sheriffs' Association Winter Conference on Monday, Sessions praised the "Anglo-American heritage of law enforcement."