Moving Migrants To Spite Political Opponents; Also, the Extent to Which Accountability and Ownership Mix in the NBA

James Keys and Tunde Ogunlana consider whether the apparent trafficking of migrants from southern states to northern cities is more of a request for assistance or an effort by some to stick it to their countrymen and discuss how immigrant issues have always had a big influence on American politics (01:35).  The guys also take a look at the NBA’s report on the misdeeds of the controlling owner of the Phoenix Suns and their approach to discipline someone who is a franchise owner as opposed to an employee (46:22).

Texas sends another busload of migrants to Kamala Harris’s home (The Guardian)

Senator Ted Cruz says that transporting migrants is illegal, but commends GOP governors for it anyway (Insider)

A bus contractor hired by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott to transport migrants to New York signed an agreement not talk to NY officials, complicating volunteer efforts to help: report (Yahoo News)

The Situation at the U.S.-Mexico Border Can’t Be ‘Solved’ Without Acknowledging Its Origins (Time)

Phoenix Suns minority owner Jahm Najafi calls for Robert Sarver’s resignation (ESPN)

NBA’s Discipline of Robert Sarver Is Perhaps Just the Beginning (Sports Illustrated)

LeBron James calls for Suns owner Robert Sarver’s removal from NBA: ‘Our league definitely got this wrong’ (Yahoo Sports)