Roundtable: Will Ujiri’s win open doors for black execs; Rockets struggle at analytics; only certain NBA players have power
And: Why is O.J. Simpson still relevant?
The Undefeated’s Roundtable takes on the hottest trending topics in sports, race and culture.
With the Toronto Raptors still celebrating their NBA championship, president of basketball operations Masai Ujiri continues to be the face of the organization. Roundtable host Domonique Foxworth, sports and culture writer Justin Tinsley and sports writer Martenzie Johnson discuss whether player empowerment is only for certain people, the Houston Rockets’ analytics approach, Ujiri’s success and the relevance of O.J. Simpson.
The Roundtable: Dennis Rodman as a cultural icon, Antonio Brown’s future with the Patriots
Also, who’s doing the most this week — Cam Newton or The Weeknd?
The debut of ‘I Don’t Give a Damn’ with Domonique Foxworth
You have never seen a football show like this before
Roundtable: Zeke gets paid, Serena’s on the road to 24 and LeBron is trying to patent Taco Tuesday
Also: Why does society have such an issue with black hair?