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NBA star Jordan Clarkson helps food truck graffitied with anti-Asian slur, says there's 'no room' for racist incidents

June 11, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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Utah Jazz guard Jordan Clarkson says there is "just no room" for racist incidents days after helping a food truck which had been graffitied with an anti-Asian racial slur and offensive images.

(CNN)Utah Jazz guard Jordan Clarkson says there is "just no room" for racist incidents days after helping a food truck which had been graffitied with an anti-Asian racial slur and offensive images.

Clarkson came to the aid of the World Famous Yum Yum Food Truck -- a Filipino food truck based in Utah -- which had an anti-Asian slur and an image of a face with slanted eyes spray-painted on the side.

For Clarkson, who is Filipino American, the incident involving the food truck in Utah hit him hard.

After the Jazz's victory over the Los Angeles Clippers on Thursday to take a 2-0 lead in their best-of-seven playoff series, Clarkson said racist incidents such as the one he helped out with have "got to go out the window real quick. "

Clarkson's 24 points off the bench helped the Jazz to the 117-111 win over the Clippers.

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