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Steph Curry On Sports Illustrated National Anthem Protest Cover: "That Was Terrible"


Steph Curry is NOT pleased with Sports Illustrated at the moment.

SI released a special cover for their latest magazine issue, referencing the way sports in America have united against Donald Trump's comments regarding NFL protests. Stars such as LeBron James, Roger Goodell, Steve Kerr and of course, Steph Curry, all appeared on the cover, but there was one notable emission.


Can't pick it? Curry certainly can. Steph was searching for Colin Kaepernick, the San Francisco 49ers QB who started this whole protest movement on the cover, and was very disappointed to find him missing.

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Curry has a right to be disappointed as well. I mean, why would SI include NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on the cover, a man who refused to help out Kaepernick in the entire situation? It's questionable at best.

Curry's coach, Steve Kerr -- who was also included on the cover -- had the same sentiment regarding the missing Kaep.


You can't fault either Curry or Kerr for their comments, considering Kaepernick was the one man who started this entire movement of players protesting during the national anthem at their games.

Even though Sports Illustrated definitely meant well with the cover, they're gonna have a hard time explaining why the 49ers quarterback isn't pictured.