Bomani & Dominique on why the NBA could be the best reality show in the world 👀🍿| #TheRightTime

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On this episode of #TheRightTime Bomani Jones and Domonique Foxworth reach to The Rock’s rap skills, how Drew Brees should have handled the Jon Gruden situation and if we should respect Kyrie Irving for accepting the consequences to his decision, or laugh at how stupid of a decision it may be.

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