Andre Iguodala: Steph Curry Unfairly Pressured ... to Speak On Transgender Laws
Andre IguodalaSteph Curry Unfairly Pressuredto Speak On Transgender Laws
7/14/2016 12:36 PM PT
The Breakfast Club
Andre Iguodala says his teammate, Steph Curry, was unfairly pressured into taking a public stand against transgender laws in Charlotte ... and called the whole thing a "lose-lose situation."
The Golden State Warriors star appeared on "The Breakfast Club" on Thursday -- and said he thinks it's BS that superstars like Steph and LeBron are always called upon to fight social injustice. He was essentially taking a stand against taking a stand.
But the most interesting part -- when Andre brought up a situation involving Steph Curry that went down right around the time North Carolina passed a controversial law requiring transgender people to use the bathrooms that corresponds to their gender at the time of their birth.
"Steph's from Charlotte and they tried to make him make a statement about the trans laws," Andre said ... without specifying who was putting the pressure on Curry.
"Why should he have to have an opinion about that? It's a lose lose situation for him no matter which way he goes."