The NBA will complete its trip to China in silence. Saturday’s game between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Brooklyn Nets to end this year’s NBA China Games series will be played as scheduled in Shenzhen, though there will be no news conferences for players or coaches before or after that contest. The NBA came to that conclusion after talking with the teams and the National Basketball Players Association about what would be best for players. “We have decided not to hold media availability for our teams for the remainder of our trip in China,” the NBA said. “They have been placed into a complicated and unprecedented situation...Full Article
NBA won’t allow players and coaches to talk to media before games in China
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