Boston Celtics and Golden State Warriors wear 'End Gun Violence Shirts' before Game 2.And keep your love for the game going.

The shirts were worn by Ime Udoka, Celtics coach, and Steve Kerr, Warriors coach. Kerr made an angry plea for gun laws to be changed during the pregame news conference in Dallas 

Kerr stated that the league feels it was time for people to pay attention. To participate in what should be an all-national effort to reduce gun violence. 

"There are things that we can do to save lives, even though they would not violate the Second Amendment rights of anyone."  

Wearing shirts for both teams is meant to raise awareness about the fact that people can make a difference in gun safety and prevention.

Gregg Popovich, San Antonio's head coach, spoke at Stand with Uvalde on Saturday in San Antonio. He criticized government officials for failing to end gun violence. 

Popovich asked, "How many would it take?" Popovich asked. Popovich asked: "A massacre every month?" Two massacres per week? 

Kerr said that voting is the most important thing he thinks. Kerr's father, Malcolm, was killed in a terrorist attack in 1984 while he was president at American University in Beirut 

"This is the only way to persuade the people that we can help to implement gun safety regulations prevention laws. 

Udoka stated that winning a game is a great feeling. You lose, it's hard to believe, but you can still move on.