The annual award recognizes a current NBA player pursuing social justice and upholding the NBA's values of equality, respect and inclusion. The NBA today announced that Dallas Maverick's guard-forward Reggie Bullock has been named the 2022 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Social Justice Champion. Bullock was selected from a group of five finalists for his dedication to pursuing social justice and advancing Abdul-Jabbar's life mission to engage, empower and drive equality for individuals and groups who have been historically marginalized or systemically disadvantaged, specifically within the LGBTQ+ community. After his sister, Mia Henderson - a transgender woman - was murdered in 2014, Bullock dedicated his life to honoring her legacy and fighting for increased visibility and acceptance for the LGBTQ+ community Upon joining the Mavericks ahead of the 2021-22 season. Read the full article on NBA.com.