"We are confident that these changes will help build a more positive and respectful working environment," the Trail Blazers said in a statement.
Kanter, who changed his legal last name to "Freedom" on Monday, told Fox News he was grateful to be living in the United States.
In a move reminiscent of an incident involving LeBron James just days before, a man was removed from an NBA game after reportedly heckling Tristan Thompson.
The Celtics star revealed this week he's changing his legal last name to "Freedom" in honor of becoming an American citizen.
The L.A. Lakers star has had a hectic week after being suspended from a game on Sunday night and having two Indiana Pacers fans ejected from Wednesday's game.
The NBA player is making headlines over an incident with two hecklers that occurred during Wednesday night's game with the Indiana Pacers.
Clips of the incident are going viral after fan sarcastically pretended to cry as she was escorted from the court.
The L.A. Lakers star had two Indiana Pacers fans, who were sitting courtside, ejected from the game.
Once you've finished your Thanksgiving traditions, there's dozens of football, hockey and basketball games available to watch on TV this Thanksgiving weekend.
Former Brooklyn Nets player Shumpert on Monday became the first ever NBA player to win a season of "Dancing With the Stars."
Iman Shumpert made history on Monday night as the first ever NBA player to make it to the final of "Dancing With the Stars" and win the competition.
Both James and Detroit's Isaiah Stewart have been suspended, one game and two games respectively, for their roles in the incident.
"I feel like we need to call out these athletes and not be scared about who they are," the Boston Celtics star said.
Crew chief Scott Foster said James was ejected from Sunday's game for "unnecessary and excessive contact above the shoulder."
Los Angeles Lakers' James appeared to strike Pistons center Stewart in the face as they fought for a rebound in an incident that has gone viral.
The Los Angeles venue is set to be renamed the Crypto.com Arena—sparking a reaction from Lakers legend Kobe Bryant's widow.
"I am praying for your complete healing both physically and emotionally," said former Bulls player Corey Benjamin in the statement.
Despite a 97 percent vaccination rate among players, the NBA is experiencing an increase in COVID-19 infections.
Boston Celtics games are no longer streamed in China, but more NBA broadcasts could be cut if Kanter's campaign is backed by his peers.
President Joe Biden welcomed the champions into the White House, the first team in nearly five years.
"I assure you we're coming to find you, we will place you in custody and we will bring you to justice immediately," Sheriff Reginald Scandrett said.
The comedian took a swipe at Kyrie Irving, the Brooklyn Nets player who refuses to get the COVID-19 vaccine, on stage in New York City on Wednesday.
Vanessa Bryant sued Los Angeles County, accusing officials of taking "gratuitous" photos of the helicopter crash site where her husband, Kobe Bryant, died.
Earlier this month, the Brooklyn Nets announced that Irving would be unable to play or practice with the team until he received a COVID-19 vaccine.
Irving's refusal to get the vaccine could have long-lasting implications, Haywood, who contracted COVID-19 last year, told Newsweek.
The writer and director of the Netflix K-drama had a sassy response to the NBA superstar's criticism of his show's finale.
The character of Winnie the Pooh is often used to poke fun at Chinese President Xi Jinping due to their supposed likeness.
"More than 150 Tibetan people have burned themselves alive...I stand with my Tibetan brothers and sisters, and I support their calls for Freedom," Kanter said.
"I really am proud of the Nets for putting their foot down," Barkley said of Kyrie Irving's suspension for refusing the COVID-19 vaccine.
Simmons has also reportedly received "numerous fines" for missing other team engagements.