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ESPN's Jay Williams slams NBA players for ‘tone-deaf' bubble complaints

28 days ago   |   By New York Post

ESPN basketball analyst Jay Williams ripped players who are complaining about living conditions inside the NBA's Disney World bubble, calling them “tone deaf” and challenging them to think about the “real everyday working Americans.” In a video posted to Twitter on Sunday, Williams - who was a standout on Duke's 2001 NCAA championship team before...
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‘Collusion with foreign powers': Billionaire Hong Kong protest-backer Jimmy...

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