RT @docksquad33: Had the opportunity to chop it up w/ Jason McIntyre (@jasonrmcintyre). We talked about his early days of working a sports beat w/ Adrian Wojnarowski (#FreeWoj), founding The Big Lead, and how he landed at Fox. 🎧 🍎: https://t.co/kjezlOKc1c 🎧 SPOTIFY: https://t.co/0hL98dWOoC https://t.co/wPBR1hXv3Z
Not sure what I said, but thanks, podcast will be up in 30. Was it Mahomes? College football? LeBron& KD made smart tough choice to leave?
Trust the doctors and the scientists. Don't trust people who don't.
Not one *NBA fan* is going to avoid the games because of words on the back of jerseys. No matter what social media tells you ... If you like basketball, you'll watch. If you don't, you won't.
How do you know? Did NBA players WANT that? Did they pitch that to the league? Where is the proof? This is a young Senator trying to get “in the discussion” by making it political. Further attempting to divide the country. Sad, but predictable
@jasonrmcintyre Because players who have a different view point or a different cause aren’t allowed to put their issue on their jersey. Like “Free Hong” or “Back the Blue” or “God Bless America” or “end child slave labor.” These are not the choices of the players. This is what the league wants.
Correct me if I'm wrong: The NBA PLAYERS presented words they'd want on jerseys to the league. The league approved them. What is this Senator - from a state without an NBA team - blabbing about? Does he know something we don't? Why does he care?