Two NBA Stars Have Announced They're Voting For Joe Biden

With the 2024 presidential election approaching, many sports figures are beginning to reveal who they will be voting for.

This month, two prominent figures in the basketball community have announced they will be voting for Joe Biden.

Both Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban have made their picks public as we inch closer toward November.

"I mean, it's clear that President Biden is really interested in implementing gun safety measures, common sense, gun violence prevention measures.

I've been doing a lot of work the last 10 years with a lot of different gun safety prevention.

People like Brady Giffords, Sandy Hook, promise march for our lives. I've learned so much. And I know that we can prevent lives," Kerr said.

"President Biden is adamant that he's going to push for common sense laws that can do that. 

I know that President Trump will not do that. And so it was really a very simple choice for him."

Cuban, meanwhile, made his pick about climate change.

"I won't vote for anyone that doesn't believe climate change is real," Cuban said, referring to Donald Trump.

They likely aren't alone in the NBA in endorsing Joe Biden.