Warriors vs Celtics: NBA players come together to 'End Gun Violence’

Warriors vs Celtics: NBA players come together to 'End Gun Violence’

Golden State Warriors and Boston Celtics wore orange shirts with the message "End Gun Violence".

The teams paid tribute to the people killed in the spree of mass shootings.

A string of shootings left at least 15 people dead and more than 60 others wounded in eight states.

Coach Kerr even delivered a plea to change gun laws in the pre-game press meet.

The Warriors, led by Stephen Curry, cruised to a 107-88 victory over Boston in Game 2.

The Warriors outscored the Celtics 35-14.

The winning team of the NBA will receive a cash prize of $25 million from the pool.