You've likely heard the public backlash about racist remarks obtained by TMZ that were allegedly made by Los Angeles Clippers' owner Donald Sterling.
Most people have denounced Sterling's purported comments, urging the team to take a stand. Clippers' players, in a sign of protests, wore their team shirts inside out for warm-ups before Sunday's game against the Golden State Warriors.
However, the best response to the backlash may have come from Jeremiah Rivers, the 26-year-old son of Clippers' head coach Doc Rivers who works for Sterling. He took to Twitter to show his support for his dad's team.