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China's CCTV shuns NBA season opening games following Hong Kong tweet row

Reuters Wednesday, 23 October 2019
Chinese state television did not air the National Basketball Association's (NBA) season opening games, underscoring the damage on the U.S. league's business in the country following a Houston Rockets executive's tweet supporting Hong Kong protesters.
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