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ESPN published this video item, entitled “Foxworth: What is Boston going to talk about? The Nets running them out the gym? 🤯 | #TheRightTime” – below is their description.
On this episode of #TheRightTime, Domonique Foxworth and Bomani Jones react to the recent events with Russell Westbrook and Trae Young. Plus the guys thoughts on Kyrie Irving calling out Boston, and what is the real issue behind Eugene Chung’s recent allegations against the NFL?
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