Multiple sports leagues have postponed games after players decided not to play following the police shooting of Jacob Blake.
Here’s a look at what games have been postponed so far:
NBA: The league put games on hold deep into its playoff schedule after Milwaukee Bucks players decided not to take part in their Wednesday matchup.
- Milwaukee Bucks vs. Orlando Magic: The Bucks led the series 3-1, but game five was suspended after the team’s players walked out.
- Houston Rockets vs. Oklahoma City Thunder: The Rockets-Thunder game was later postponed, with the series tied 2-2.
- Los Angeles Lakers vs. Portland Trail Blazers: The NBA also put the brakes on Wednesday night’s other game.
WNBA: The three games set for Wednesday in the WNBA were also called off.
- Washington Mystics vs. Atlanta Dream
- Los Angeles Sparks vs. Minnesota Lynx
- Connecticut Sun vs. Phoenix Mercury
MLB: The protests reached the world of baseball too, with several players deciding not to take part in games on Wednesday. The MLB said it supported their decision in a statement on Wednesday night. The postponements included Milwaukee’s other major sports team, the Brewers, who were due to play the Reds.
- Milwaukee Brewers vs. Cincinnati Reds
- San Diego padres vs. Seattle Mariners
- San Francisco Giants vs. Los Angeles Dodgers
MLS: Soccer was also postponed in the US on Wednesday, with several MLS players showing their solidarity with the Bucks online. The league’s Orlando-Nashville game kicked off on time at 7:30 p.m. ET, but all the games scheduled to start later were suspended:
- Inter Miami CF vs. Atlanta United
- FC Dallas vs. Colorado Rapids
- Real Salt Lake vs. LAFC
- San Jose Earthquakes vs. Portland Timbers
- LA Galaxy vs. Seattle Sounders
Most leagues have more games scheduled for Thursday night, which are still set to take place.