Clay Travis, Ben Shapiro Talk NBA Players Profiting Off Chinese Slave Labor

Clay Travis appeared on Ben Shapiro’s show to discuss OutKick’s report on NBA stars cashing checks from Chinese shoe companies that proudly profit from slave labor.

“Ben, there is cotton being produced from the Xinjiang region in China by the Muslim Uyghurs that is considered to be slave-produced cotton,” Clay explains. “These sneaker companies, Li-Ning and Anta, have contracts with several star NBA players. Guys like Klay Thompson, Jimmy Butler, and Dwyane Wade, who is retired but still an influential voice in the NBA.

“These players are performing in NBA games with slave labor products produced via the genocidal actions of China,” Clay goes on. “When you ask the NBA players or Adam Silver or anyone affiliated with the NBA if this is appropriate given the NBA’s social justice warrior stance — they refuse to comment.”

Here is the full segment:

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Written by Bobby Burack

Bobby Burack covers media, politics, and sports at OutKick.

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  1. Sports leagues have an anti trust exemption.
    You don’t need to take it away. Just amend the exemption that if a league does business in China, Cuba or Venezuela.
    Then the league is forfeiting it’s exemption.
    Make them choose.
    That will get the NBA owners to stand up to LeRacist James.

  2. Lmao sorry I lean conservative but Ben Shapiro is about as relevant to me culturally and politically as the dead squirrels I pass on the side of the road everyday. Lmfao this clown was essentially pushing mandatory vaccines a week or so ago so I’ll pass on hearing him talk more about his Clarinet skills I never wanted to hear about.

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