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"NBA Commissioner Adam Silver said the league wasn't apologizing for Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey's since-deleted tweet showing support for anti-government protesters in Hong Kong," AP reports.
Houston Rockets Shut Down Reporter's China Question.
Score Hosts Shrug.
Wow, Dan Bernstein on The Score right now ridiculing those opposed to China's human rights violations - and pro-Hong Kong protesters who want democracy - because "we're all guilty" because we wear clothes made there.— Beachwood Reporter (@BeachwoodReport) October 8, 2019
Conor McKnight: "The NBA is going to lose $4 billion in business because they have a different ideas of free speech . . . It's a terrible part of our world, but inevitable . . . There's no simple answers here."
(Deadspin: Maybe It's Not That Complicated.)
Guest Paul Charchian: "The NBA can't even come out for free speech . . . it's absurd and disturbing and tells us everything about what China is about."
* Human Rights Watch: For NBA's Quandary Over China, Stand With Human Rights.
* San Francisco Examiner: Steve Kerr Addresses Donald Trump And NBA-China Rift.
Brands that kowtow to China: https://t.co/5kOcmR5vUs— Al😷 (@Al82754998) October 8, 2019
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