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Current Sports | May 3, 2018

Tony Towns and Lansing United

Charles Barkley Apology; Jeremy Sampson; Lansing United Soccer Club; Tony Towns; Towns on NFL Protest; Harvey Weinstein

The feud is over. On this episode of "Current Sports with Al Martin," Al plays Charles Barkley's apology to Draymond Green following his statements that he wanted to punch Green in the face. Jeremy Sampson, president and CEO of Lansing United, joins the show to discuss the creation of the club's women's team and the new 2018 jerseys by Moneyball Sportswear. Tony Towns also joins the show. After graduating from MSU, Towns went on to work in film and TV in Los Angeles, also hosting his own web series "Hitting the Town." Towns talks about the #MeToo movement, Harvey Weinstein, and the culture of Hollywood.

Episode 1169

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