Netease Sports reported on October 29:
In the past few months, countless NBA stars have publicly called on the public to actively vote. As the U.S. election day is getting closer, early voting in various places has gradually ended, and basically only live voting channels are left.
It is not easy to go to the spot to vote during the epidemic. There are a lot fewer polling stations and long queues are required. But union chairman Chris-
Paul's hometown of North Carolina saw a surge in infections at the end of September. The highest number of confirmed cases was more than 5,000 in a single day. At present, about 2,000 people are diagnosed every day. It can be said that holding large-scale gatherings at this time is a very unwise choice.
Although Paul and many people involved in the event wore masks, they did not maintain social distancing and often took off the masks as soon as they spoke.
However, Paul's move still attracted attention and praise from all parties, and ESPN also called him a leading role model for the NBA.
Many superstars, including Paul, are working hard to empower voters. For example, Paul’s friend LeBron established a non-profit organization to fight for the marginal and disadvantaged groups for the voting rights they deserve, mobilize all those who can, and strive to