On Monday night, the Miami Heat took off their warm up jackets and wore their t-shirts inside out to show a sign of solidarity with the Los Angeles Clippers after they used the gesture as a protest to owner Donald Sterling.
Tuesday night, the Memphis Grizzlies joined the party to show their support with Los Angeles and wore their warm ups inside out, but apparently the Clippers were over the issue after Sterling was handed down a lifetime ban and $2.5 million fine by NBA commissioner Adam Silver.
CJ Fogler shared the observation on Twitter.
You can clearly see in the photo to the right that Grizzlies center Marc Gasol’s warm up shirt was indeed inside out.
Grizzlies wear warmup shirts inside out to show support for the Clippers – Clippers go back to wearing theirs normally. Whoops.
— CJ Fogler (@cjzero) April 30, 2014
It isn’t the best look for the Clippers to end their protest as soon as the punishment was handed down, but perhaps they are just focused on winning a basketball game after failing to show up Sunday night when the allegations first came to late.