NBA superstar LeBron James spoke to the media Sunday about the terrorist attack in Orlando that resulted in at least 50 people being killed.
“I think it’s another hit for us as Americans and what we have to deal with in our world today, and it definitely puts things in perspective on basketball. For myself it’s just a small matter of what reality is,” the Cleveland Cavaliers star said in part. (RELATED: Curt Schilling Shuts Down Gun Control Supporters With This Simple Message After The Orlando Terrorist Attack)
Fifty people were killed and wounded more than 50 individuals after Omar Mateen opened fire at Pulse nightclub in Orlando. (RELATED: 50 Dead, 53 Injured In Orlando Shooting — FBI Investigating Terror Ties)
Mateen was eventually killed by police. Check back for details. This is a developing situation.