A refreshing change to professional basketball is occurring north of the border that has seen an influx of minority hires, more specifically black men. The Canadian Elite Basketball League was founded in 2017 with just 6 teams, since then it has grown to 10 teams from 6 different provinces. 9 out of those 10 teams currently have either black coach, GM or assistant on their roster, a statistic that bullishly pushes the threshold of minority hirings in pro sports in North America.
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In an era where racial injustice is at the forefront of minds and headlines alike, the glaring imbalances in the NFL speaks to a formidable problem that requires immediate attention.