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'We want to keep our foot on the gas' - Lakers' James leads protests as NBA returns

BBC News Friday, 31 July 2020 ()
Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James calls for his fellow NBA players to "keep our foot on the gas" in the push for racial justice as the season resumes in Orlando.
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