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  • all right, I want to move on to the heat and a much more serious situation.

    好吧,我想繼續前進的熱量 和一個更嚴重的情況。

  • With forward Meyers Leonard, He is dealing with the consequences from footage that surfaced yesterday where he was heard using an anti Semitic slur during a video game.

    前鋒梅耶斯-萊昂納德,他正在處理昨天浮出水面的錄像的後果,他在視頻遊戲中聽到他使用了反閃米特的誹謗。

  • Livestream Leonard will be away from the heat indefinitely.

    生活流倫納德將無限期地遠離熱。

  • As a result, the NBA said it was quote gathering more information about the incident.

    是以,NBA表示正在報價收集更多關於該事件的資訊。

  • Here's part of the apology that Leonard posted on social media on Tuesday.

    這是倫納德週二在社交媒體上發佈的部分道歉內容。

  • Quote.

    引用:

  • I am deeply sorry for using an anti Semitic slur during a live stream yesterday.

    我對昨天在直播中使用了反閃族的汙言穢語深感抱歉。

  • Well, I didn't know what the word meant at the time.

    好吧,我當時不知道這個詞是什麼意思。

  • My ignorance about its history and how it is offensive to the Jewish community is absolutely not an excuse, and I was just wrong.

    我對其歷史的無知,以及它對猶太社區的冒犯,絕對不是藉口,我只是錯了。

  • I am now more aware of its meeting.

    我現在更知道它的會議。

  • I'm committed to properly seeking out people who can help educate me about how this type of hate works and how we can fight it.

    我致力於正確地尋求能夠幫助教育我的人,讓我瞭解這種類型的仇恨是如何運作的,以及我們如何與之鬥爭。

  • The heat statement on Leonard read in part quote.

    關於萊昂納德的熱度聲明部分內容引用如下:

  • The Miami Heat vehemently condemns the use of any form of hate speech.

    邁阿密熱火隊強烈譴責使用任何形式的仇恨言論。

  • The words used by Meyers Leonard were wrong will not be tolerated.

    梅耶斯-萊昂納德使用的詞語是錯誤的,不會被容忍。

  • Hateful language from anyone associated with our franchise.

    任何與我們的特許經營權有關的人都會說一些仇恨的語言。

  • To hear it from the Miami Heat player is especially disappointing, hurtful to all those who work here, as well as the larger South Florida, Miami Heat and NBA communities.

    從邁阿密熱火隊的球員口中聽到這句話,特別令人失望,對所有在這裡工作的人,以及更大的南佛羅里達州、邁阿密熱火隊和NBA社區都是一種傷害。

  • And you also got away in from prominent Jewish athlete and three time Super Bowl champ Julian Edelman.

    而你也從傑出的猶太運動員和三屆超級碗冠軍朱利安-艾德曼手中逃脫。

  • He wrote an open letter to Leonard, which included this quote.

    他給萊昂納德寫了一封公開信,其中包括這句話。

  • I get the sense that you didn't use the word out of hate more out of ignorance.

    我感覺你用這個詞並不是因為恨更多的是出於無知。

  • Casual ignorance is harder to combat, has greater reach, especially when you command great influence.

    隨意的無知更難打擊,影響更大,尤其是當你指揮的影響力很大的時候。

  • Hate is like a virus, Julian wrote.

    仇恨就像病毒,朱利安寫道。

  • Even accidentally, it can rapidly spread today.

    即使不小心,如今也能迅速傳播。

  • What's your reaction to the situation?

    你對這種情況有什麼反應?

  • I think Julian was so on par.

    我覺得朱利安是如此的標緻。

  • But, you know, first and foremost, I think that the Miami Heat and the NBA are already going down the right path, starting with an investigation for ultimately probably punishment may be a fine right for Meyers Leonard, and rightfully so, because the energy that I'm on and I think that most people are on these days, whether it's public or private, there's zero tolerance for hate speech.

    但是,你知道,首先,我認為邁阿密熱火隊和NBA已經走上了正確的道路,從調查開始,最終可能的懲罰可能是梅耶斯-萊昂納德的罰款權利,理所當然,因為我在的能量,我認為大多數人都在這些天,無論是公共或私人,對仇恨言論的零容忍。

  • I mean period, as a society, we've been having these conversations, especially after the summer of 2020 where it's like now being heightened those emotions and feelings where we've been actively educating ourselves on where we stand.

    我的意思是期間,作為一個社會,我們一直在進行這些對話,特別是在2020年夏天之後,它就像現在被提高了那些情緒和感覺,我們一直在積極教育自己,我們的立場。

  • And this was another incidence of whether, you know Julian Edelman brings up a great point about, you know, being, you know, hate or ignorance or even casual ignorance, which he's sort of identified as the hardest one, the one that's more pervasive, the one that's harder to address.

    而這是另一個事件是否,你知道朱利安-埃德爾曼帶來了一個偉大的點,你知道,是,你知道,仇恨或無知,甚至是偶然的無知,他的排序確定為最難的一個,一個更普遍的,一個更難解決。

  • And so using that opportunity to mend that fence was very commendable, you know, by by Julian.

    是以,利用這個機會 修補柵欄是非常值得稱讚的, 你知道,由朱利安。

  • But overall, you know these are necessary conversations that need to be had.

    但總的來說,你知道這些都是需要進行的必要對話。

  • I'm glad that the Miami Heat are already, you know, having this indefinite leave so that he can go through acts of contrition to all the parties that have felt, you know, offended, whether it is public and the apology or private, because we know his ownership group is Jewish.

    我很高興邁阿密熱火隊已經,你知道,有這個無限期的假期,這樣他就可以通過懺悔的行為,向所有的當事人感到,你知道,冒犯,無論是公開道歉還是私下,因為我們知道他的所有權集團是猶太人。

  • You know, the owner of the team also CEO And so this is not something that oh, I didn't know I said it.

    你知道,球隊的老闆也是CEO,所以這不是什麼,哦,我不知道我說了。

  • It's like we have to be accountable for our words.

    就像我們要對自己的言行負責一樣。

  • And the craziest thing is this was on his own platform that he gets paid on, you know, through his partnerships.

    而最瘋狂的是,這是在他自己的平臺上,他得到的報酬,你知道,通過他的夥伴關係。

  • And just to be comfortably saying something that you may not be consciously of, even though your you know, your live, it just sort of shocked me.

    而只是為了舒服的說一些 你可能不自覺的, 即使你的... ...你知道,你的生活, 它只是有點讓我震驚。

  • I think it just as a greater opportunity for all of us to educate ourselves to make sure that we stay on point because this was not it.

    我認為這只是作為一個更大的機會,我們所有人都要教育自己,以確保我們保持在點上,因為這不是它。

  • This is totally not.

    這完全不是。

  • And for me, I'm looking at this guy who's a pretty popular streamer.

    而對於我來說,我看中的是這個傢伙,他是一個很受歡迎的流。

  • So that means he has a lot of young kids looking at him.

    所以,這意味著他有很多年輕的孩子在看他。

  • Now.

    現在就去

  • These kids have heard that they don't know what this word means, but they heard miles music.

    這些孩子聽說不知道這個詞是什麼意思,但他們聽到了哩音樂。

  • And so now they're gonna go out and use the same word in the same way, thinking it's cool, because this guy is that so That's my biggest problem.

    所以現在他們會出去,用同樣的方式使用相同的單詞,認為這很酷,因為這個傢伙是,所以這是我最大的問題。

  • Don't don't.

    別別別

  • And then don't give me a half apology.

    然後不要給我半句道歉。

  • I'm not really satisfied apart.

    我真的不滿意分開。

  • I hate when guys come out and say, Oh, I'm gonna put this on my instagram or my Twitter.

    我討厭男人出來說,哦,我要把這個放在我的instagram或Twitter上。

  • What?

    什麼?

  • Not No, you gotta You gotta instagram Get on there.

    不不,你得,你得instagram去那裡。

  • Let me see your face.

    讓我看看你的臉。

  • Let me see the words come out of your mouth.

    讓我看看你嘴裡說的話。

  • Let me feel that heartfelt, uh, sorrowful this of you saying this statement and for me, I just can't let him slide with this statement.

    讓我感受到你說這句話的那種心酸,呃,悲哀,對我來說,我就是不能讓他的這句話溜走。

  • I hope the organization's does something because if we look across the way, you know, we had an owner who said something, and he was had his team taken from it.

    我希望組織的做一些事情,因為如果我們看看對面的方式,你知道,我們有一個老闆誰說了些什麼,他是有他的球隊從它。

  • I don't want this guy's career to be taken from forwards, but I do want some punished to be held out remaining for the rest of the season and be banished from the team.

    我不希望這傢伙的職業生涯被前鋒奪走,但我希望一些被懲罰的人在本賽季剩餘的時間裡被扣留並被逐出球隊。

  • No pay to make him really feel this and make him research and understand what he said and how hurtful these words can be.

    無償讓他真正感受到這一點,讓他研究明白自己說的是什麼,這些話有多傷人。

  • Now, of course, he's been away from the team because of an injury and even this being away from the team now, officially, it is still with pay.

    當然,現在,他因為傷病的原因,已經離開了球隊,即便是現在這個離開了球隊,官方,也是帶薪的。

  • This is part of the agreement that the players union has with the league.

    這是球員工會與聯盟簽訂的協議的一部分。

  • The league is the one that meets out discipline.

    聯盟是滿足出紀律的。

  • There's an interesting piece this morning from Ira Winderman in the South Florida Sun Sentinel.

    今早南佛羅里達太陽哨兵報的艾拉-溫德曼有一篇有趣的文章。

  • Looking at different punishments in the past for using slurs.

    看看過去對使用汙言穢語的不同懲罰。

  • He said that it was about $50,000 fine was the maximum the NBA can levy that they are typically also allowed to give a suspension.

    他說,大約5萬美元的罰款是NBA可以徵收的最高限額,他們一般也是可以給予停賽的。

  • So a one game suspension is what we've seen in the past.

    所以停賽一場是我們過去看到的。

  • And, according to the Sun Sentinel, one game suspension, that paycheck would be an additional $65,000 of Myers salary.

    而根據《太陽哨兵報》的報道,停賽一場,這筆工資將多出6.5萬美元的邁爾斯工資。

  • I do just want to read guys.

    我確實只是想讀書的人。

  • One thing in the Holocaust Museum in Washington, D.

    華盛頓大屠殺博物館的一件事。

  • C.

    C.

  • There's a quote up on a wall, and it actually comes from someone who wasn't Jewish.

    牆上有一句話,其實是出自一個不是猶太人的人之口。

  • He was a Lutheran pastor who lived through the Nazis in World War Two, and he was actually put in a concentration camp because of his opposition to Adolf Hitler.

    他是一位路德會的牧師,在二戰中經歷了納粹,他居然因為反對阿道夫-希特勒而被關進了集中營。

  • And this quote is first they came for the Socialists.

    而這句話首先是他們為社會主義者而來。

  • I did not speak out because I wasn't a socialist.

    我沒有說出來,因為我不是社會主義者。

  • Then they came for the trade unionists.

    然後他們來找工會成員。

  • I did not speak out because I was not a trade unionist.

    我沒有說出來,因為我不是工會成員。

  • Then they came for the Jews.

    然後他們就來找猶太人了。

  • I did not speak out because I was not a Jew.

    我沒有說出來,因為我不是猶太人。

  • Then they came for me and there was no one left to speak out for me.

    後來他們來找我,就沒有人再為我說話了。

  • We've had so many conversations this year about what we owe each other right.

    我們今年有這麼多的對話,關於我們欠對方什麼權利。

  • We owe each other wearing a mask.

    我們欠對方一個戴面具的人情。

  • Do we owe each other being safe?

    我們欠對方安全嗎?

  • What we owe each other so often is to raise up the people around us when other people take shots at them, even if those shots aren't at us specifically.

    我們經常欠對方的是,當別人對我們身邊的人出手時,我們要抬高他們的身價,哪怕這些槍聲不是專門針對我們的。

  • We can do that in this league, and I'm looking forward to seeing how the league reacts to this.

    我們可以在這個聯盟中做到這一點,我很期待看到聯盟對此的反應。

  • I know that they will.

    我知道他們會的。

all right, I want to move on to the heat and a much more serious situation.

好吧,我想繼續前進的熱量 和一個更嚴重的情況。

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