Orlando Magic’s Jonathan Isaac Lone Player to Stand During National Anthem On Friday

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Isaac the lone player to stand for the anthem

Orlando Magic forward Jonathan Isaac was the lone player to stand during the national anthem on Friday as his teammates and Brooklyn Nets players knelt to protest racial injustice and police brutality. (FOX image)

(FOX) – Orlando Magic forward Jonathan Isaac was the lone player to stand during the national anthem on Friday as his teammates and Brooklyn Nets players knelt to protest racial injustice and police brutality.

Isaac was the lone person out of the first three games of the NBA’s restarted season.

He also didn’t wear a Black Lives Matter shirt and instead chose to stand with his arms at his back with his Magic jersey showing.

It’s also worth noting that Isaac was ruled out for the rest of the season in February after suffering a significant knee injury in January.

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