Clay Travis: “If Luka had called Montrezl Harrell a ‘b**** a** black boy’ he would probably get suspended for the rest of the playoffs, he would be the number one story in all of sports, and everybody would be calling him a huge racist… The NBA literally has players with ’EQUALITY’ on the back of their jerseys, and LeBron James loves to run around with ‘EQUALITY’ sneakers… Montrezl Harrell apologized, but would Luka have been able to walk up to Montrezl Harrell, apologize, and the story just disappear? I think all of you know the answer is no. If the NBA truly wants to be an equal league, shouldn’t the punishment for Montrezl Harrell be the exact same as the punishment would have been for Luka Doncic? Adam Silver is trying to argue that they’re a Social Justice Warrior league and already set the precedent with Kobe Bryant that if you trash talk during a league event in an inappropriate way the league determines, they will at least fine you… At a minimum you need to fine him.” (Full Segment Above)
Listen to Clay Travis explain why he thinks it was hypocritical for the NBA to go radio silent on Montrezl Harrell's ‘b**** a** white boy’ remarks at Luka Doncic over the weekend when it’s a league who prides itself on embracing equality.
Check out the segment above as Clay details why he thinks the outcome would have been drastically different if Doncic was the aggressor, instead of Harrell, and had called Harrell a ‘b**** a** black boy’, as Clay says the NBA would have suspended Doncic for the rest of the playoffs, and he’d be the number one story in all of sports as a forever branded racist.