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referring to Activist athletes must be more vigilant with Trump as presidentBoth are playing in their first season in the Iran Super League.
“At the moment they are stranded,” Eric Fleisher, the agent for both players, told The Vertical.
American basketball players Joseph Jones and J.P Prince, members of Azad University Tehran of the Iran Super League, are stranded in Dubai due to Iran’s decision to ban U.S. citizens entry to the country, according to The Vertical.
It’s been difficult.”The two players stand to lose six figures in salary if they cannot complete their season, according to Fleisher.
Iran retaliated by imposing its own ban before Jones and Prince could return.

American basketball players reportedly stranded amid travel bans

according to American basketball players stranded in Middle East amid bans MoreA Donald Trump executive order and a quick response from Iran has left two American basketball players helpless in the Middle East, with no way back to their team, according to The Vertical.
Prince, once a standout at Tennessee, are stranded in Dubai, where they were on a team-funded vacation.
Now the two players are stuck, unable to return to play for Azad University Tehran.
On Friday, Trump signed an order barring citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries — including Iran — from entering the U.S. Iran followed in turn by banning Americans from entering its borders.
“At the moment they are stranded,” their agent, Eric Fleisher, said.
American basketball players stranded in Middle East amid bans

according to Prince, play for Azad University Tehran and were on a team-funded vacation in Dubai when Trump signed the order, according to Mannix.
Jones, 30, played collegiately at Texas A&M, while the 29-year-old Prince played at Arizona and Tennessee.
Two American basketball players are unable to rejoin their team in Iran due to the country’s response to Donald Trump’s immigration ban, their agent told The Vertical’s Chris Mannix.
Trump signed an executive order Friday barring citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States.
• USMNT captain Michael Bradley: Muslim ban shows Trump is ‘out of touch’“At the moment they are stranded,” their agent, Eric Fleisher told The Vertical.

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