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China TV drops NBA exhibition games; league defends free speech

Reuters Tuesday, 8 October 2019
Chinese state television said on Tuesday it would not air NBA exhibition games played in the country this week, heaping pressure on the U.S. basketball league after a tweet by a Houston Rockets executive backing protests in Hong Kong.
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