Jarron Collins didn't know that his twin brother, Jason, was gay until a conversation late last summer. I had no idea," Jarron wrote , recalling the day that Jason came out to him, in his own first-person piece in SI released to coincide with his brother's landmark announcement on Monday. At the end of the day, this is what matters: He's my brother, he's a great guy, and I want him to be happy. I'll love him and I'll support him and, if necessary, I'll protect him. Jarron, who last appeared in the NBA during the season, reflected on Jason's announcement on Monday, the conversation when his brother came out to him this past summer and the willingness of the NBA to accept the first active gay athlete in major U.
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He played college basketball for the Stanford Cardinal , where he was an All-American in — After the —13 NBA season concluded, Collins publicly came out as gay. He became a free agent and did not play again until February , when he signed with the Nets and became the second openly gay athlete to play in any of the major professional sports leagues in the United States and Canada following Robbie Rogers who did so in with the LA Galaxy. Collins was born in Los Angeles , California , in the Northridge neighborhood.
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