“I want to support my family” Cor-J Cox opens up on not being able to obtain Israeli Citizenship, Basketball & More! The Sports Rabbi Show Episode 95

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Cor-J Cox joins The Sports Rabbi to talk about not being able to play professional basketball in Israel due to his citizenship situation. Cox is married to his Israeli wife Meital and the couple have a child but the interior ministry won’t grant the North Carolina native citizenship in order to work and support his family in the Holy Land. We also talk about his time playing in Austria, Finland and of course in college.

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