The Miami Heat honored fallen teen Trayvon Martin by posing for a photo wearing hooded sweatshirts with their heads bowed.
LeBron James posted the photo on Twitter with the hashtag "WeWantJustice."
Martin was shot to death in Sanford (Fla.) by a neighborhood crime-watch volunteer on Feb. 26. Martin, who was wearing a "hoodie", was carrying candy when he was shot by George Zimmerman, who said he was acting in self-defense.
"Our hearts go out to the family and loved ones of Trayvon Martin for their loss and for everyone involved in this terrible tragedy," the Heat said in a statement.
"We support our players and join them in hoping that their images and our logo can be part of the national dialogue and can help in our nation's healing."