Broussard Sees Hypocrisy On All Sides of the NBA/China Saga

The outspoken Chris Broussard doesn't let anybody off the hook when it comes to the saga between China, Hong Kong and the NBA. Rockets GM, Darryl Morey's tweet set off a firestorm between China and the NBA, Steve Kerr and Donald Trump. But more than create controversy, it exposed the hypocrisy of the NBA. The more exposure the story has gotten, the greater the proof of the same hypocrisy of major corporations and of the U.S. Government's policy to not speak about human rights violations in Hong Kong while the U.S. and China are at the negotiating table.

I had a chance to sit down with Chris to discuss the upcoming NBA season, the Rockets acquisition of Russell Westbrook, how Lebron can lead L.A. to another championship and the ministry Chris started called the King Movement (www.kingmovement.com).

You can follow Chris Broussard on twitter @chris_broussard and Pastor Roger Patterson @rogerpatterson

Most Popular

The Houston Texans have a big decision to make involving Brandin Cooks' future with the team. Cooks has expressed his wishes to be traded and not play for a team looking to rebuild.

But could the hiring of DeMeco Ryans change his perspective on the state of the team?

And even if it does, should the Texans be willing to bring him back and forgive his behavior last season?

Be sure to check out the video above as the guys break it all down!

Listen to The Wheelhouse weekdays from 3-7 pm on ESPN 97.5 and 92.5.

Most Popular

SportsMap Emails
Are Awesome

Listen Live

ESPN Houston 97.5 FM