PARIS (FFBB) - France's basketball players at home and abroad and many others involved with the sport have reacted with shock, sadness and anger over Friday's terrorist attacks in Paris.
There have been 129 confirmed dead and numerous others seriously wounded following the onslaught on bars, restaurants, a concert hall and a stadium.
Three days of mourning were declared by France President Francois Hollande.
In the NBA, the Los Angeles Clippers played the French national anthem -- La Marseillaise -- before their game at the Staples Center against the Detroit Pistons on Saturday.
France center Alexis Ajinca and point guard Tony Parker took to twitter while Nicolas Batum went on Instagram.
France superstar Sandrine Gruda appealed for peace.
In Spain, where many French players compete professionally for leading clubs, there was a minute of silence before all games played over the weekend.
The NBA, where Parker, Batum, Ajinca and many other Frenchmen play, showed its solidarity France.