Barbershop: Lone-Star GOP Candidate, Spoiled Goodwill Game

Basketball players from Georgetown University and China's Bayi Rockets team traded punches during their game, Thursday August 18, 2011. i i

Basketball players from Georgetown University and China's Bayi Rockets team traded punches during their game, Thursday August 18, 2011. Yangshizhonh-China Daily/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Basketball players from Georgetown University and China's Bayi Rockets team traded punches during their game, Thursday August 18, 2011.

Basketball players from Georgetown University and China's Bayi Rockets team traded punches during their game, Thursday August 18, 2011.

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Texas Gov. Rick Perry recently threw his Stetson into the presidential ring. A friendly basketball game between the Georgetown Hoyas and China's Bayi Rockets ended in a feud. Debate surrounding youth curfews has intensified. And no women are listed in GQ's article "25 Coolest Athletes of All Time." Weighing in are the Barbershop guys: author Jimi Izrael, civil rights attorney Arsalan Iftikhar, syndicated columnist Ruben Navarrette and sports editor Dave Zirin.

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