NBA star Stephen Curry on Thursday spoke out against North Carolina's law that targets the LGBT community.

Curry, who grew up in Charlotte, was asked by the AP to weigh in after major sporting events pulled out of his home state over House Bill 2.

The law, approved by GOP lawmakers during a one-day special session in March, blocks cities and municipalities from enacting measures that prohibit discrimination against the LGBT community. It has also been dubbed the “bathroom bill” over its controversial requirement that transgender people cannot use the bathroom of their choice in government buildings, including schools.

This week, the NCAA and the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) announced that they were relocating several major sporting events over the law. The NBA earlier this year moved its All-Star Game from Charlotte to New Orleans. Charlotte has also lost the ACC's conference championship football game.

“I think it's unfortunate for our city and our state to be under the microscope with [House Bill 2] and how it's unfolded,” Curry, the star point guard for the Golden State Warriors, told the AP. “I'm all for equal and fair rights and treatment of everybody. Until it gets addressed, until some changes are made, this could be a recurring theme in North Carolina. I don't want that [to] happen.”

“The All-Star Game has been moved, the NCAA tournament, things that would bring so much joy and support to the city, mainstay events. But I think it's a conversation that will continue until changes are made. I don't have any answers as to how that will happen, but hopefully it happens sooner rather than later,” Curry added.