There were earlier reports that the Milwaukee Bucks received some backlash for the manner in which they decided to boycott Wednesday's matchup against the Orlando Magic. Bucks veteran Kyle Korver reportedly spoke out to apologize if they had offended anybody with how they executed this move without alerting other teams, to which Boston Celtics youngster Jaylen Brown responded by saying that they did not need to explain themselves.

The Athletic's Sam Amick reported on the Bucks veteran's decision to address the group during the meeting:

The Bucks were the first team to decide not to play on Wednesday, leading to a full-blown strike by all the teams on the schedule. Milwaukee did so without providing prior notice to the other teams, which apparently rubbed some other teams the wrong way.

Brown came to Korver and the Bucks' defense, however, per ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski:

It is worth noting that the Jacob Blake shooting on Sunday transpired in Kenosha, Wisconsin, which is just 40 miles away from Milwaukee. This one literally hit home for the Bucks, which is likely one of the primary reasons they decided to act swiftly on this matter.

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While the Bucks have support from the rest of the league for this decision, the issue lies in their failure to advise other teams prior to making their announcement. In hindsight, that might have been the more prudent approach. Then again, with how quickly things have been developing of late, prudence might not be the biggest concern right now.

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