Noah opened up about his views on war, gun violence, and athlete protests. The New York Knicks are spending training camp at West Point and had dinner with cadets on Thursday night. But one big absence at the table was Joakim Noah, who decided to skip the event due to his anti-war views.
“It’s hard for me a little bit — I have a lot of respect for the kids here fighting — but it’s hard for me to understand why we go to war and why kids have to kill kids all around the world,’’ Noah said, according to the New York Post.
Members of the New York Knicks spent one night this week at their training camp in West Point dining with cadets and listening to a (...)
Joakim Noah opted not to attend the New York Knicks’ annual dinner with Army cadets at West Point Thursday night, citing “mixed feelings” about being at the U.S. Military Academy, where the team holds its training camp, according to...