The Roundtable: Maya Moore’s impact on prison reform, Dak Prescott’s deal
Also, what accountability does rapper DaBaby have for his violence toward a woman?
The Undefeated’s Roundtable in its second season takes on the hottest trending topics in sports, race and culture.
Details of Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott’s contract offer were leaked, and the table debates whether he should take the deal as they move the black quarterback conversation forward.
WNBA star Maya Moore stepped away from basketball to fight for prison reform, and one particular case was recently overturned. Host Domonique Foxworth and The Undefeated features writer Lonnae O’Neal welcomed guest sports commentator and former college linebacker Stan Norfleet to the table. The three discuss whether Moore’s impact after stepping away can be compared with that of boxing champ Muhammad Ali or former quarterback Colin Kaepernick.
Also, after a video of rapper DaBaby hitting a woman surfaced, he issued an apology. Should he be held more accountable for his violence?
Former Kentucky guard Tyrese Maxey explains why he is entering the NBA draft during COVID-19 pandemic
Maxey talks about how he’s staying in shape and how the pandemic affects his draft process
‘Roundball Rap’: D.J. Augustin’s self-quarantine
The Orlando Magic guard shares his daily routine during the coronavirus pandemic
We could’ve had two black coaches in the Final Four
Leonard Hamilton and Anthony Grant believe there are lessons that the Florida State and Dayton programs can build on for the future.