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The Los Angeles Lakers sharpshooter Danny Green expressed his support on Dwight Howard and Avery Bradley no matter what decision will make on season restart.

Green revealed he talked to both of them a few days back and explained the situation around their thoughts on not playing in Orlando.

“There’s a lot of other things going on behind the scenes that people don’t know about, and I understood,” Green said on “Inside the Green Room” podcast, per the Orange County Register.

“I said, ‘Obviously we need you man, we love you like a brother. You’re family. We want you to be a part of this. But regardless of what your decision is, we know it’s bigger than basketball and that there are things that are more important.’”

Several players are weighing the situation around their participation in the Orlando ‘bubble’ amid coronavirus pandemic and social unrest due to racial injustice.

The initial deadline for players unwilling to participate to notify their teams is Wednesday 24 June, while already two NBA teams announced that they had coronavirus positive players.

Whether players decide to play or not in the NBA restart, every decision in this situation will be understandable.