Floyd Mayweather Is Not A Fan Of NBA’s Load Management

Floyd Mayweather thinks that if an NBA player is not injured, they should be on the court and the NBA needs to quit its load management policy.

“They will play a couple games and take a couple games off,” Mayweather said. “That’s not cool. With that type of money, if you’re not hurt, you need to be out there playing ’cause these people pay a lot of money for the NBA players to entertain.”

In February, Mayweather shared that he is proud of NBA Youngboy, the father of his grandchild.

“I’m proud of [YoungBoy Never Broke Again], a very, very talented young kid. One of the biggest artists as far as in music. He’s got a cult-like following. I look at him just like one of my sons. I only want the best for him,” he said.

“I don’t want him to have beef with anyone. These kids beefing nowadays and don’t even know what they beefing for. So much talent. See what happens to these young kids, they dying on the regular — Pop Smoke. Just so many young rappers and young entertainers, period,” he continued.


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