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Pride night had special meaning for Knicks’ Reggie Bullock


The Knicks held Pride Night at the Garden, and — who sat out with a neck issue — has been a leading NBA activist for the LGBTQ community since Mia Henderson, his transgender sister, was killed in 2014. Another sister, Keiosha Moore, was shot to death in October in Baltimore. “It means so much to my family and to me,” Bullock said. (New York Post)

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