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

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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

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Mike Evans is returning to the Bucs. Composite Getty Image.

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The Houston Texans have been connected to Giants running back Saquon Barkley and Buccaneers receiver Mike Evans. Over the weekend, KPRC's Aaron Wilson reported that the Texans were not likely to pursue Evans.

Now, we'll never know for sure if the Texans were looking to make a run at Evans, as he has agreed to a 2-year, $52 million contract with Tampa Bay on Monday.

Will this keep the Texans from signing a receiver?

Not necessarily, but the top options that could have been available are becoming less likely to reach free agency. The Bengals are using the franchise tag on Tee Higgins. Colts GM Chris Ballard has made it clear Michael Pittman isn't going anywhere.

The top receivers available in free agency now could come down to Jaguars' Calvin Ridley, Cardinals' Marquise Brown, and Bills' Gabe Davis to a lesser extent.

However, the Jags could bring back Ridley, and Brown isn't a lock to leave in free agency either. It's looking more and more like the Texans will be better off upgrading the position in the NFL Draft. Especially after some eye-opening performances at the NFL Combine this weekend.

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