The Milwaukee Bucks launched a statement saying the “company stays strongly against extreme usage of force by police” and will “remain strongly committed to deal with problems of societal injustice and anti-racism to make meaningful change for African Americans and all marginalized members of our neighborhood.”

The statement remained in action to Tuesday’s announcement from Kenosha County District Attorney Michael Graveley that white authorities officer Rusten Sheskey will not deal with charges for the shooting of Jacob Blake.

Amir Vera and Brad Parks of CNN reported the news, noting Sheskey shot Blake, who is Black, 7 times in the back in August. Blake is paralyzed from the waist down as a result.

The police shooting of Blake sparked plenty of reaction from the sports world, and the Bucks played a popular function for the NBA. Milwaukee’s players refused to play in a championship game against the Orlando Magic as the league was ending up the 2019-20 season at the Walt Disney World Resort bubble.

Guards George Hill and Sterling Brown checked out a declaration explaining the team’s position:

The decision triggered a cause and effect, as other teams also chose not to play. There was even some concern regarding whether the league would finish its season as gamers held a conference to go over subsequent steps.

The NBA and gamers ultimately concurred to a variety of efforts as play resumed, consisting of the facility of a social justice coalition, the usage of arenas in the 2020 election and more advertising and messaging around raising awareness for the importance of voting and social justice.