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Daryl Morey backtracks after Hong Kong tweet causes Chinese backlash

BBC News Monday, 7 October 2019
The general manager of the Houston Rockets had expressed support for Hong Kong protesters.
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HONG KONG — The Houston Rockets have gone into kowtow mode after general manager Daryl Morey sent out a pro-Hong Kong tweet which angered annoying Beijing. ESPN reports that on Friday, Morey tweeted an image that read: "Fight for Freedom. Stand with Hong Kong." in reference to the ongoing...

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