SMDH: Ohio Basketball Team Kicked Out Of League For Inappropriate "Knee Grow" And "Coon" Jerseys!

A Cincinnati-area recreational basketball team is now at the center of an investigation launched by the Cincinnati NAACP. The players are accused of wearing jerseys that some believe were both inappropriate and offensive. The team, made up of high school-aged students from the Kings Mill area, was part of the Cincinnati Premier Youth Basketball League.

The Kings recreational basketball team was playing a game at West Clermont Middle School on Sunday when parents of the opposing team, a West Clermont recreational team, noticed the players were wearing jerseys they found disturbing. On one side of the jerseys was the team name, the "Wet Dream Team," considered by some to be sexual in nature.

On the back of the jerseys, in place of players real names, at least three jerseys showed terms like "Knee Grow" and "Coon" - terms that have been labeled derogatory, racially insensitive and appalling.
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