Cleveland Cavaliers’ J.R. Smith is either unfazed or sending a direct message to the NBA following buzz about the league reminding organizations to stand during the National Anthem.

This past Sunday, Smith went to Twitter to acknowledge the viral chatter.

A few days ago, a report emerged about the NBA’s headline-generating memo.

According to the memo, obtained by ESPN, “the league office will determine how to deal with any possible instance in which a player, coach, or trainer does not stand for the anthem.” The memo goes on to say the rule is compulsory … teams “do not have the discretion to waive” the rule. (TMZ)

Recently, “Power” star Omari Hardwick and rapper French Montana have both saluted NFL free agent Colin Kaepernick for making kneeling a Black Lives Matter statement across the nation.

love this guy right here !! Stand for something or fall for anything 💪

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Last weekend, Dreamville rapper J. Cole made a rare Twitter return to speak out on people considering an NFL boycott.