Roundtable: LeBron James and China, Ice Cube on diversity in baseball, Michael Rapaport and black culture
Also: Should the XFL be an option for Colin Kaepernick?
The Undefeated’s Roundtable takes on the hottest trending topics in sports, race and culture.
This week, LeBron James is caught in the crosshairs after speaking up about the NBA/China controversy. He accused Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey of being misinformed. The panelists discuss activism and NBA players and debate whether it should stop at the border. Meanwhile, Michael Rapaport, sometime actor and full-time sideline reporter on Fox Sports for the Big 3, called James a fake in a TMZ video and the panel is not here for his constant comments on black culture. The XFL is back and three of its top-tier quarterbacks are black, which sparked a conversation about Colin Kaepernick and XFL possibilities. The panelists also discussed rapper and Big 3 founder Ice Cube’s comments about the lack of black players in the Los Angeles Dodgers ball club.
Also up for discussion this week: Host Jerry Bembry, writer Martenzie Johnson and features writer Lonnae O’Neal discuss rapper and Big 3 founder Ice Cube’s comments about the lack of black players in the Los Angeles Dodgers ball club.
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