Racist Boy’s Basketball Jerseys Draw NAACP’s Ire

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A Cincinnati-area boy’s basketball team’s jerseys were so offensive they actually caught the attention of the NAACP.

An entrant in the Cincinnati Premier Youth Basketball League (CPYBL), the team of high school-aged students from West Claremont High School, had jerseys printed with their team name, “The Wet Dream Team”, on the front and racial slurs, such as “Coon” and “Knee Grow”, on the back.

The team was in the middle of a game when referees called the game because of the jerseys.

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