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In the tradition of activist athletes like Muhammad Ali and Jim Brown, Kaepernick is this generation’s shining black prince on the field. This year, Curry won his second-straight NBA MVP Award—the first ever won by unanimous vote—and led his Golden State Warriors to a 73–9 record during the regular season.With a winning combo of boyish exuberance, laser focus and a wicked jump shot, the relentless competitor suffered a surprising team loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals, but the playful family man and all-around good guy is still golden. The Golden State Warriors point guard in May became the NBA's first unanimous MVP in winning the award for a second consecutive season. He passionately prepped for the part, read for the part and repeatedly texted the director to tell him that he wanted the part.When he got it, he rapped and danced Aaron Burr better than Aaron Burr could have rapped and danced himself.

His New York Times best-seller, Between the World and Me—penned as a candid letter to his teenage son—earned the distinguished National Book Award for nonfiction last year.

when a skyscraper—on another continent—has been imagined in your likeness.

Or when you drop a surprise album and the cultural conversation immediately shifts.

Yes, he signed a lifetime deal with Nike worth a billion dollars; and yes, as beneficent ruler of his brand, James has empowered his peers and laid a template for more favorable contracts for all players. The Cleveland Cavaliers forward helped break the 52-year championship drought in Cleveland and was unanimously named NBA Finals MVP.

But the best part, though, is how this young phenom consistently stands up in the face of injustice and gives back in spades. A beautiful man with a beautiful mind is a hero both on and off the screen.

His New York Times best-seller, Between the World and Me—penned as a candid letter to his teenage son—earned the distinguished National Book Award for nonfiction last year.

when a skyscraper—on another continent—has been imagined in your likeness.

Or when you drop a surprise album and the cultural conversation immediately shifts.

Yes, he signed a lifetime deal with Nike worth a billion dollars; and yes, as beneficent ruler of his brand, James has empowered his peers and laid a template for more favorable contracts for all players. The Cleveland Cavaliers forward helped break the 52-year championship drought in Cleveland and was unanimously named NBA Finals MVP.

But the best part, though, is how this young phenom consistently stands up in the face of injustice and gives back in spades. A beautiful man with a beautiful mind is a hero both on and off the screen.

This season, San Francisco 49ers backup quarterback Colin Kaepernick decided to kneel during the national anthem so that he could stand for the sanctity of black lives.