In the days since Donald Trump rolled out his executive order on immigration Friday night, numerous athletes have shown that sometimes sticking to sports is too much to ask.

Opposition to the order from the sports world has rolled in steadily, and it’s been hard to keep track of who said what. So we’ve tried, as best we can, to assemble a list of athletes, coaches and other sports figures who have publicly opposed Trump’s immigration plan.

The list is loaded with NBA coaches and players (h/t SB Nation on some of those) but also includes an NFL owner, a NASCAR driver and many, many others.

Spurs coach Gregg Popovich – Pop has been an outspoken critic of Trump for months, so it’s no surprise he was vocal about this.

Warriors coach Steve Kerr – Kerr has also never hesitated to make his voice heard and did so again this weekend.

– Pistons coach Stan Van Gundy – Another NBA coach who has been loud in his opposition to Trump, Van Gundy called the executive order “scary stuff.”

– Suns coach Earl Watson – Watson thinks the order is “un-American” and “unconstitutional.”

– Raptors head coach Dwayne Casey – Casey wasn’t as blunt as some of his peers but warned of “a slippery slope.”

– Raptors president Masai Ujiri – Ujiri, a Nigerian immigrant, called the executive order “mind-boggling.”

– MMA fighter Ronda Rousey – Rousey posted to Instagram to speak out against Trump’s immigration policy.

– NASCAR drive Dale Earnhardt Jr. – Earnhardt pointed out that “America is created by immigrants.”

– Marie Tillman – The widow of Pat Tillman, the former NFL player who was killed in combat in Iraq, wrote that the order was “not what he died for.”

– U.S. soccer captain Michael Bradley – Bradley didn’t mince words in an Instagram post about the order.

– British Olympic medalist Mo Farah – Farah, who was born in Sudan, said that Trump’s order was an example of “ignorance and prejudice.”

– Olympic fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad – Muhammad, the first woman to wear a hijab while competing for the United States in the Olympics, tweeted the hashtag #NoBanNoWall.

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