The Milwaukee Bucks and Detroit Pistons took a knee on the court at Fiserv Forum immediately following the opening tipoff of Wednesday’s match:

After the Bucks won the tip, Milwaukee’s Giannis Antetokounmpo pressed the ball out of bounds and gamers from both groups remained in their position at center court and dropped to a knee for 10 seconds.

The presentation followed Tuesday’s announcement from Kenosha (Wisconsin) District Lawyer Michael Graveley that no charges will be submitted after the cops shooting of Jacob Blake, as well as the storming of the U.S. Capitol by a pro-Trump mob on Wednesday in Washington, D.C.

Police officer Rusten Sheskey was captured on video in August shooting Blake, a Black male, in the back 7 times.

In the wake of the shooting, the Bucks led a protest during the NBA postseason inside the league’s bubble in Orlando, Florida, which resulted in the team choosing not to take the court for a championship game. Other groups followed up until the NBA delayed games for 3 days before gamers accepted resume only after the NBA made multiple social justice commitments, including utilizing arenas as ballot centers for the 2020 basic election and forming a social justice committee.

The team launched a declaration on Tuesday restating its condemnation of extreme use of force by police and its commitment to attend to concerns of social justice:

The Pistons and Bucks were not the only groups to demonstrate on Wednesday. The Boston Celtics and Miami Heat released a joint statement on the Blake decision and the Capitol breach before taking a knee throughout the playing of the Star-Spangled Banner prior to their game, and the Toronto Raptors and Phoenix Suns locked arms during the anthems ahead of their contest.