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Enes Kanter Freedom said LeBron James’ teammate told him to keep warm in the Lakers superstar.

Kanter appeared on Freedom Acesparks’s Will Cain Podcast and said one of James’ teammates encouraged him to continue talking about the controversial partnership between the NBA and China.

“One of LeBron’s teammates came up to me and said,‘ Friend, keep doing what you’re doing. What you are doing is right. Don’t give up. “

Enes Kanter Freedom continues to go about China after LeBron James.

“I am just amazed,” he said. I thought, “Son, don’t talk.” He’s trying to protect LeBron, isn’t he? He says, “Friend, don’t stop.”

When then-Rockets and now Sixers general manager Daryl Morey tweeted to Free Hong Kong, LeBron James criticized him for it.

“Daryl Morey made these statements, you know very well that if a player had made similar statements and had a bad impact on the league, the league could have been approached in some way,” James said in a private meeting attended by NBA Commissioner Adam Silver. time.

According to ESPN, James added: “There will be consequences that a player has to pay. Maybe this tweet could cost the NBA hundreds of millions of dollars, which could come out of players’ pockets.

In public, James Morey said he was “misinformed” and “uninformed” about geopolitical news that Hong Kong citizens were protesting the Chinese Communist Party’s invasion of their liberties.

Daryl Morey
Daryl Morey

James has done a lot of business directly or indirectly with China through sponsorship of his Nike sneakers and TV and movie-related deals.

Liberty from Turkey protested against the authoritarian regimes and bowed to CPC leader Xi Jinping, wearing a pair of sneakers that stunned LeBron James. He also wore sneakers in support of Uighurs, an ethnic Muslim minority who had been subjected to slave labor and forced sterilization by Chinese authorities.

Liberty told Kane that LeBron’s teammate approached him during the free kicks.

You know, he told me on the free-kick line: “I have a lot to say, but I can’t say because these teams have won us over.”

“If you want a different contract, if you want more approval deals, if you want other companies to work with you, you have to shut up. You can’t criticize the league, companies, Nike or anyone or players or superstars.

“I was very happy that he said that, but at the same time I, my friend, come, man. There isn’t a single player who wants to join me. That made me very sad. “

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