North Carolina Central men's basketball coach LeVelle Moton recently criticized fellow coaches for not speaking out against police brutality. This week on Only A Game, Moton shares his own experiences with police abuse. Also, a conversation about what teams and leagues can actually do to combat systemic racism and police violence. And the story of a woman who traveled to Minneapolis with a portable hoop to play basketball with protesters and cops. Join us!
'We Need Help': NCCU Coach LeVelle Moton Talks About Police Brutality
Moton called out coaches who haven't spoken out against police brutality.
Bonus: A Conversation On Sports, Racism And Police Brutality
Professors Amira Rose Davis, Kenneth Shropshire and Kevin Blackistone discuss what the sports world needs to do to combat racism.
Charlie Pierce: The Week In Sports
Karen and Charlie discuss the end of ESPN's "stick to sports" policy, Roger Goodell's mea culpa, and more.
'Basketball Peaceful Protest': Bringing People Together One-On-One
Stephania Ergemlidze has been playing basketball with police and with protestors during the protests.
This program aired on June 13, 2020.