Enes Kanter has gotten the Boston Celtics banned in China as a result of he has constantly referred to as out the CCP’s human rights injustices, and OutKick founder Clay Travis says he hopes others within the NBA will be part of him.

Kanter most lately addressed Nike and slave labor practices.

“The NBA’s rank hypocrisy here where it comes to ripping America to shreds while shutting up and dribbling for Chairman Xi and everyone in China has been ripe to be exploited,” Clay mentioned throughout an appearance on Fox News. “I give credit to Enes Kanter for succinctly and cogently and intelligently ripping that dichotomy, that hypocrisy.”

BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS - OCTOBER 22: The shoes of Enes Kanter #13 of the Boston Celtics before the Celtics home opener against the Toronto Raptors at TD Garden on October 22, 2021 in Boston, Massachusetts.

BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS – OCTOBER 22: The footwear of Enes Kanter #13 of the Boston Celtics earlier than the Celtics house opener towards the Toronto Raptors at TD Garden on October 22, 2021 in Boston, Massachusetts.
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Of course, Nike and the NBA aren’t the one organizations associated to China that should be addressed. After all, the 2022 Winter Olympics are scheduled to happen in Beijing in February.

“The bigger picture here is, remember, we’re evidently just going to show up as a country in Beijing in February for the Winter Olympics and pretend that the last year and a half hasn’t even happened — that China didn’t lie about COVID, that they haven’t taken over Hong Kong, that they aren’t threatening to take over Taiwan.

Oct 4, 2021; Boston, Massachusetts, USA; Boston Celtics center Enes Kanter (13) reacts after guard Romeo Langford (9) made a three pointer during the second half against the Orlando Magic at TD Garden.

Oct 4, 2021; Boston, Massachusetts, USA; Boston Celtics heart Enes Kanter (13) reacts after guard Romeo Langford (9) made a 3 pointer throughout the second half towards the Orlando Magic at TD Garden.
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“Are we really gonna just show up and make nice with China and be there for the Winter Olympics?”

FILE - In this Sunday, Oct. 6, 2019 file photo, Boston Celtics' Enes Kanter plays against the Charlotte Hornets during the first half of a preseason NBA basketball game in Boston.

FILE – In this Sunday, Oct. 6, 2019 file photograph, Boston Celtics’ Enes Kanter performs towards the Charlotte Hornets throughout the first half of a preseason NBA basketball recreation in Boston.
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If so, possibly Enes Kanter can have one thing to say about that too.