Prominent China’s slave labor critic Enes Kanter Freedom shared some of his thoughts about the news that a bunch of NBA principal owners collectively have more than $10 billion tied up in communist China, via Fox News:
“So we have to call them out because they love to sit down and give us all the social justice talk to us. But in reality, they’re scared. They’re only talking about the things that are happening in America. But when… the things that they talk about [affect] their money or pocket, they’re going to stay silent and we have to keep exposing them.“
Enes Kanter Freedom – an outspoken human rights activist – was traded by the Boston Celtics to Houston Rockets at the trading deadline. The Rockets waived him on Feb. 14.
The free-agent NBA big man has played 11 seasons for 5 teams, including the Boston Celtics and Utah Jazz. He has averaged 11.2 points and 7.8 rebounds in 748 regular-season games.