'After the Kings' loss to the defending champions last week, Smith claimed Perth had used the jersey to promote the club's on-court history.'
... "using the guise of indigenous (sic) cultural engagement and reconciliation to promote 9 championships, 33 finals appearances and a heavy travel schedule on a singlet".
'The Wildcats later condemned the comments over the jersey as offensive and disrespectful, prompting the NBL to investigate the matter.'
"The Wildcats believe the comments have unfortunately tainted the inaugural NBL Indigenous Round, in what has otherwise been a significant step forward in the journey of reconciliation for clubs and fans."
'The NBL ruled Smith's tweets had breached the league's code of conduct, however the Kings owner has until next Tuesday to appeal the decision.'
Lots of opinions over this incident, I have just pasted the tweet itself and what happened to trigger this action, it appears very sad that the ignorance of how such comments can be hurtful to indigenous culture is still evident in our society. That said, perhaps now is the time to continue educating our community about the Australian indigenous culture more than we are doing, especially where recent policy appears to preference protecting religious dogma ahead of our culture and history...