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The Milwaukee Bucks' Sterling Brown (23) holds the ball away from the Memphis Grizzlies' Kyle Anderson in the second half at Visa Athletic Center at ESPN Wide World Of Sports Complex in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, on August 13, 2020.

The last time an NBA clock ticked toward zero, one of the favorites for the league’s title refused to leave the locker room, a brazen protest in the wake of another highly publicized police shooting, this one 40 miles from the team’s home.

Since the Milwaukee Bucks decided not to play, to instead use their time to seek reform from state leaders in the aftermath of the Jacob Blake shooting, a different clock began to tick.

You can email Kyle at kturk@grandhaventribune.com or find him on Twitter @KyleTurkGHT.

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