Warriors superstar Stephen Curry speaks up about the unfair treatment towards women’s basketball during March Madness.
March Madness is the biggest stage for collegiate basketball in the USA. It is a time every basketball fan looks forward to, and it usually does not disappoint. It is a fun time to scout upcoming talent, and usually full of some good basketball.
However, this season of the same has had its first controversy already. Oregon Ducks’ Sedona Prince posted a video on Twitter showing the disparity of the quality of training facilities the women’s teams are getting, as compared to the men’s team.
Let me put it on Twitter too cause this needs the attention pic.twitter.com/t0DWKL2YHR
— Sedona Prince (@sedonaprince_) March 19, 2021
This video has garnered the attention of a lot of players, and other influential people. Players including Stephen Curry, Kyrie Irving, and a lot more have publicly spoken up about the same.
Stephen Curry shows his displeasure of NCAA’s treatment of the women’s basketball team
Stephen Curry is one of the most influential basketball players of our time, if not the most influential one out there. He has been a vocal advocate for equality in sports, no matter the gender or race.
Steph saw the video and re-shared the same, with a sharp message aimed at NCAA and March Madness organizers.
— Stephen Curry (@StephenCurry30) March 19, 2021
Having a superstar like Stephen Curry speak about the issue is a wonderful deal for the cause. Steph can bring around the required attention, and hopefully, that can spark the necessary revolution the bring about the changes.
NCAA sure does have the necessary resources to fix the problem at hand, and now with the problem being called out at such a scale, hopefully, a fix is in place soon.