LeBron James Changed the Game of Athletes Social Activism | ALL THE SMOKE

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20 comments

  1. When the fck did Shaun King become the de-facto racial translator/counselor/coordinator? That BLM movement is mad suspect when you start to dig at who’s running things and pulling strings.

  2. The thing about the NBA they banned Mahmoud Rauf to the point he was he was excluded from the record books as having the All time highest ft % in league history . I think either Mark Price or Steve Nash has it and only because he played in like 50-100 games less or had like 50-100 attempts less I think you had to have at minimum 1200attempts which is bullshit

  3. gift with this. Ali went to prison to actually protest his beliefs- LeBron just sends tweets and insta videos- he hasn’t stood or spoken for anything. Jim Brown, Ruseel, Jabbar, etc are rolling . Lebron showed his “civil’ interests as soon as it hurt his pocket regarding china and hong kong. his civil activism is just sloganism- no actually action or results. its typical of today.

  4. You cannot compare Lebron James with any Athlete in the past who actually had to sacrifice money or career for standing up for something. Lebron gets more money, more prestige and more everything by taking stances which are socially acceptable now. Nike has these guys like Lebron living large. Why don’t their protest the inhumane practices of the corporations that back them. I want to see Lebron take one stance that risks his money, endorcements and stuff like that before I take him seriously.

  5. No he didn’t. Bill Russell Kareem, Ali And Jim brown actually changed the game. I dunno why ppl think lebron was the first athlete black athlete to speak out. Ppl need to do their research instead of following what other ppl say

  6. This guest talks so SLOW and ANNOYING… he drags on his stupid topics about LeBron and MJ… chill bruh… ATS don’t bring this fool back

  7. Thank you Stack and thank you Matt!!! Shaun King thank and keep up the good work, I wouldn’t have know ofbyou without them… Yal keep killing it!!!

  8. Great point about Tom Brady system racist he gets a pass because he is white. But also Lebron has the biggest double standard of anyone and is more closely analyzed on everything he says than anyone ever

  9. lbj is a business man first and foremost. Imo he wanted to outshine MJ on some level. Not saying he hasn’t helped ppl. I’m just saying that when the cameras on he knows how to play a role.

    I remember when I went to his bball camp as a kid. I walked up to him to say hi and he told me, “don’t look at me, don’t talk to me.” Then later in the week when he did a personal autograph signing he was a whole different person. The cameras were on him so he had to “Act” a certain way, and he did it like a Pro.

    And honestly even if when he “speaks up” he’s not saying anything groundbreaking. I’ve never heard LeBron say something profound or in a way that has inspired real change.

  10. Did either of these athletes interviewing speak up for anything when they played?