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Video : J.J. Redick Apologizes For Racial Slur



Over the weekend a video started making the rounds that appeared to show Sixers guard J.J. Redick throwing the slur “chink” into a video celebrating the Chinese New Year:


It’s not the best video, and you have to wonder if J.J. Redick is actually trying to use the insult in a video where they are trying to greet Chinese fans. If anything makes us feel like Redick didn’t mean to use the slur because it would be a very odd move for someone who is prominent and has such a strong media presence as Redick himself, especially in an NBA branded video.


To all our NBA fans in China and everyone celebrating the Chinese New Year, I want to sincerely apologize to anyone I may have offended. After a recent 76ers game, I was asked by the NBA and Tencent to record a video wishing our NBA fans in China a Happy New Year. I was glad to do it. I was intending to say “NBA Chinese fans” but it sounded weird in my mind so I changed it mid-sentence to “NBA fans in China”. It came out the wrong way. At the time we recorded it, no on in the room—not Tencent, not the 76ers PR team and certainly not myself—heard the word that I purported to say. Had I known it sounded anything like that, I would have been mortified and recorded the greeting over again. That is not a word in my vocabulary but I now understand how it sounds on the video. That is not who I am—as a person, a player, a husband and a father. I have been fortunate to play in two NBA Global Games in China (2007 & 2015). I loved the experience, the culture, the history, and most of all, the people. I ask your forgiveness. This should be a time of celebration. I am so sorry for upsetting anyone.

What do you think, Did Redick do this on accident?

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