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Heat center Meyers Leonard says ethnic slur during ‘Call of Duty’ video game stream

Heat center Meyers Leonard was caught using an ethnic slur on a “Call of Duty” stream.

On Tuesday, video surfaced of the NBA veteran Leonard uttering the K-word, an ethnically offensive derogatory term for Jewish people. The video was taken on Leonard’s Twitch stream.

(Warning: Video contains offensive language.)

Leonard pauses before letting out “you f—ing k— b—” on the stream.

The Heat are aware of the video, per ESPN’s Marc Stein, and are currently reviewing it.

Leonard made headlines last season as one of only two NBA players, along with Jonathan Isaac, to not kneel for the national anthem during NBA bubble play to protest racial injustice.

Leonard had only appeared in three games this season before sustaining a season-ending shoulder injury that requires surgery. 

This story will be updated.

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