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NBA postpones all three of Wednesday's playoff games after Bucks protest Jacob Blake shooting

USATODAY.com Wednesday, 26 August 2020
The NBA and the Players Association reached a joint agreement to call off the entire day's schedule after the Bucks' protest of Jacob Blake shooting.
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News video: NBA, MLB and MLS players postpone games in honor of Jacob Blake

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The NBA has postponed all of its Wednesday playoff games as players boycott in wake of Jacob Blake being shot.

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