NBA trips to China putting players’ health at risk, says Golden State Warriors star Draymond Green
Sunday, 8 October 2017 () Flight delays, visa hitches and health concerns will likely make the Golden State Warriors – and other NBA teams – think twice about more trips to China in the future. A week in China has thrown up all sorts of issues for the NBA champions, who play their second game against the Minnesota Timberwolves in Shanghai tonight after losing their opener 111-97 in Shenzhen on Thursday. The cost comes to the actual basketball, especially when factoring in the NBA’s shortened preseason...
Kevin Durant scored 20 points and Steph Curry added 14 more as the defending NBA Champion Golden State Warriors fell to Minnesota 111-95 in front of a jammed packed crowd in Shenzhen, China, early Thursday.
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