High School Basketball, NFTs and 90s fashion with Roy Wood Jr. | #TheRightTime

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On this episode of #TheRightTime Bomani Jones welcomes in Roy Wood Jr. who reveals his recent research in to the NFT market and high school basketball, re-lives trying to make his college baseball team, plus what 90s fashion would you bring back in 2021?

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