NBA names social justice award after basketball legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
Each team will nominate one players and a selection committee led by Abdul-Jabbar will meet once a year to choose five finalist, the league said. Abdul-Jabbar said "Muhammad Ali was a friend of mine and his example helped me early on when I was in High School - there was someone that I admired and who made me proud to be a Black American." Kareem then says "We all have a right to express our opinions and in our community, in the black community, we have a duty to deal with issues that bother us because there's been a lot of injustice in our country that's been perpetrated against people of color." Read the full article on "CBS News."