Before there was Colin Kapernick, there was Craig Hodges of the Chicago Bulls. Hodges was Michael Jordan’s teammate and one of the NBA’s greatest three point shooters. But after winning two championships, Hodges in the early 1990s suddenly found himself out of the NBA after he spoke out about the pressing civil rights issues of the day. On this episode, I talk to Hodges and sportswriter Dave Zirin about Jordan, sports activism and the backlash against athletes who dare to speak out.


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