Los Angeles Lakers legend Magic Johnson told TMZ Sports on Monday he will no longer frequent hotels owned by President Donald Trump. Voicing his criticism about Trump’s executive order on immigration, Johnson said in January the president “can’t just be a dictator,” per TMZ Sports. The Hall of Famer is one of a handful of sports stars who have

made their opposition to Trump known. After Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank called Trump “an asset,” Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry, who has an endorsement contract with Under Armour, said, “I agree with that description, if you remove the ‘et’ from asset,” per the Bay Area News Group’s Marcus Thompson II. READ MORE