Meet WNBA Star Chiney Ogwumike. The Los Angeles Sparks player and first Black woman to host a national radio show for ESPN joins Carlos to talk about Nigerian excellence, playing against her star sister and how COVID brought the WNBA together which she lays out in her new documentary '144'. Plus, she sings her best Alicia Keys for us. Don’t miss it!
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