Jason Whitlock says LeBron James doesn’t deal with real racism

Jason Whitlock thinks LeBron James doesn’t deal with real racism because he isn’t poor. The Fox Sports personality was a guest on The Herd Thursday and was asked about the way James responded to the racist graffiti that was spray-painted on his Los Angeles home Wednesday. In certain situations, the only people who don’t stand […]

Jason Whitlock thinks LeBron James doesn’t deal with real racism because he isn’t poor.

The Fox Sports personality was a guest on The Herd Thursday and was asked about the way James responded to the racist graffiti that was spray-painted on his Los Angeles home Wednesday.

In certain situations, the only people who don’t stand to benefit from tanking is the guys earning a living by throwing the ball in the hoop. Think about it. No one wants to do anything that could lead to their employer hiring their replacement. That’s why Rockets guard Lou Williams told SportsNet New York reporter Taylor Rooks he was traded from the Lakers.

The deal which sent Williams, the Lakers leading scorer in 2016-17, to H-Town in exchange for Corey Brewer and a first-round draft pick, just before the trade deadline in late January was negotiated a little more than a week after the former Sixth Man of Year took to social media and explained why he was playing to win.

It’s because fans don’t know, Williams said on Timeout with Taylor. It don’t make sense. (for players to tank). That’s probably what got me traded. That Tweet probably did it to me, looking back, in hind site. It’s an interesting dynamic. It’s like thin ice because, as a competitor, you want somebody to come in that’s gone help take it to the next level, but then it’s like, ‘You play my position though’!

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