Today on BRING IT IN, Henry Abbott and David Thorpe spoke with our return guest Brandon Grier, NBA and NFL agent and co-founder of the Athlete Management agency, which represents players like Georges Niang, Dewayne Dedmon, Ekpe Udoh, Quincy Acy, Kay Felder, and many others.
They talked about what NBA players might achieve from the Black Lives Matter protests, how seriously to take an idea floated by Kyrie Irving that NBA players should consider life without billionaire team owners, and more.
The video is here:
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MONDAY June 15, 2020 Christie Aschwanden on the chance of the NBA’s reopening becoming a superspreader event.
FRIDAY June 12, 2020 Jarod Hector on Tulsa massacre, Daryl Morey’s future, and … NASCAR of all things.
THURSDAY June 11, 2020 John Hollinger on his favorite to win this year’s title and some “neat tricks” his Grizzlies did during trade season.
WEDNESDAY June 10, 2020 Henry Abbott, David Thorpe, and Judy Goodwin share their favorite social media posts of the past few weeks
TUESDAY June 9, 2020 Dr. Carl Suddler on defunding the police.
MONDAY June 8, 2020 Erica Vanstone on roller derby’s impressive data-driven international plan to return to play amidst the coronavirus pandemic.
FRIDAY June 5, 2020 Jarod Hector on NBA’s response to the police brutality protests.
THURSDAY June 4, 2020 Henry Abbott and David Thorpe discuss news that the NBA is back.