1. Protesters show support for Hong Kong at Wizards game  INQUIRER.net
  2. President Donald Trump critical of Steve Kerr, Gregg Popovich for response to China controversy  ESPN Philippines
  3. NBA: Shanghai game on, but Hong Kong free speech backlash continues  ABS-CBN News
  4. Column: NBA walks on the right side of a fine line in China  INQUIRER.net
  5. China demonstrators protest at Wizards, 76ers games vs. Guangzhou  ESPN Philippines
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Protesters handed out T-shirts and held up signs in support of Hong Kong on Wednesday night when the Washington Wizards hosted a team from the Chinese Basketball Association.Protesters handed out T-shirts and held up signs in support of Hong Kong on Wednesday night when the Washington Wizards hosted a team from the Chinese Basketball Association.

Protesters show support for Hong Kong at Wizards game | Inquirer Sports

China's outrage shows the tricky balance for companies operating there and perceptions back home.China's outrage shows the tricky balance for companies operating there and perceptions back home.

China NBA: How one tweet derailed the NBA's China game plan - BBC News

President Donald Trump said the NBA has to "work out their own situation" with China while criticizing coaches Steve Kerr and Gregg Popovich, saying they "were pandering to China."President Donald Trump said the NBA has to "work out their own situation" with China while criticizing coaches Steve Kerr and Gregg Popovich, saying they "were pandering to China."

President Donald Trump critical of Steve Kerr, Gregg Popovich for response to China controversy

NBA legend Dennis Rodman thinks he's the key to helping the NBA mend fences with China after a week of fighting over its influence on American companies with which it does business.NBA legend Dennis Rodman thinks he's the key to helping the NBA mend fences with China after a week of fighting over its influence on American companies with which it does business.

'I know a thing or two about diplomacy': Dennis Rodman wants to help the NBA solve its China problem | Daily Mail Online

Team USA will be heading to China for the FIBA World Cup, but Gregg Popovich, Steve Kerr and Co. are not going to go there just to try to win the title.Team USA will be heading to China for the FIBA World Cup, but Gregg Popovich, Steve Kerr and Co. are not going to go there just to try to win the title.

NBA news: Gregg Popovich, Steve Kerr call for unity ahead of FIBA WC

Team USA will be heading to China for the FIBA World Cup, but Gregg Popovich, Steve Kerr and Co. are not going to go there just to try to win the title.

NBA news: Gregg Popovich, Steve Kerr call for unity ahead of FIBA WC

If the NBA really wanted to make a statement, it should have never issued a statement, much less two. No need to complicate things when two team owners had already genuflected to the irate citizens of China. Or when James Harden took it upon himself to apologize to an entire…

Freedom of speech has its consequences for NBA - Japan Today

Houston Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey tweeted in support of the Hong Kong protesters, China lashed out, NBA distanced itself and Morey issued a grovelling apology - Latest India News from Opindia.comHouston Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey tweeted in support of the Hong Kong protesters, China lashed out, NBA distanced itself and Morey issued a grovelling apology - Latest India News from Opindia.com

NBA fiasco: Threat to Liberal World Order by China and how India can gain

China’s reaction to Morey’s tweet is lamentable and at odds with China’s status as a global superpower.China’s reaction to Morey’s tweet is lamentable and at odds with China’s status as a global superpower.

Is China’s government ever going to grow up? - The Washington Post

“The moment Sam Wachs and his wife are escorted out of the @sixers preseason game against a Chinese basketball team for yelling “Free Hong Kong.” @6abc https://t.co/3HlZxKXDzs”

Christie Ileto on Twitter: "The moment Sam Wachs and his wife are escorted out of the @sixers preseason game against a Chinese basketball team for yelling “Free Hong Kong.” @6abc… https://t.co/dC0iTI040y"

“#SouthPark300 #BannedInChina https://t.co/OdWLA2yzSS”

South Park on Twitter: "#SouthPark300 #BannedInChina… "

“Our “Google Uyghurs” sign has been confiscated. https://t.co/fX4tF4oOxR”

Jon Schweppe on Twitter: "Our “Google Uyghurs” sign has been confiscated.… "

“Just had our “Free Hong Kong” sign confiscated at Capitol One Arena at the Wizards game against the Guangzhou Long Lions. #FreeHongKong #NBA #Censorship https://t.co/on1O4QdBUi”

Jon Schweppe on Twitter: "Just had our “Free Hong Kong” sign confiscated at Capitol One Arena at the Wizards game against the Guangzhou Long Lions. #FreeHongKong #NBA #Censorship… https://t.co/tJBrKbzphl"

“We were saying, ‘Free Hong Kong,’’ said Sam Wachs, who was kicked out of Tuesday's game, per NBC10. “What’s wrong with that?”“We were saying, ‘Free Hong Kong,’’ said Sam Wachs, who was kicked out of Tuesday's game, per NBC10. “What’s wrong with that?”

76ers say fans who held up signs supporting the protests in Hong Kong ejected for 'disrupting the fan experience' - Insider

“Why did you apologize? Only for the money?”

Chinese fans start turning on James Harden after he expresses support for Adam Silver – Shanghaiist

“Why did you apologize? Only for the money?”

Chinese fans start turning on James Harden after he expresses support for Adam Silver – Shanghaiist

China on Wednesday slammed NBA commissioner Adam Silver's defence of free speech, cancelling a basketball fan event and lashing him in the state-run press, as Apple was warned it could be the next Western firm punished for supporting democracy protesters in Hong Kong. The NBA had been looking toChina on Wednesday slammed NBA commissioner Adam Silver's defence of free speech, cancelling a basketball fan event and lashing him in the state-run press, as Apple was warned it could be the next Western firm punished for supporting democracy protesters in Hong Kong. The NBA had been looking to

China slams NBA, Apple over Hong Kong

An episode of South Park was screened on the streets of Hong Kong during a protest.The episode Band In China pokes fun at their extreme censorship.

Banned South Park episode is screened on streets of Hong Kong in protest | Metro News

BEIJING (REUTERS) - Sports network ESPN faced fresh criticism of its coverage of a row between the National Basketball Association (NBA) and China after using a map that appeared to endorse the country's claims to both Taiwan and disputed territories in the South China Sea.. Read more at straitstimes.com.East Asia News -BEIJING (REUTERS) - Sports network ESPN faced fresh criticism of its coverage of a row between the National Basketball Association (NBA) and China after using a map that appeared to

ESPN criticised over China-NBA coverage for using 'nine-dash line' map, East Asia News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

'He was like a little boy who was so scared' The NBA is currently at odds with China as a result of a tweet from Houston Rockets general manager, Daryl Morey...'He was like a little boy who was so scared' The NBA is currently at odds with China as a result of a tweet from Houston Rockets general manager, Daryl Morey. Morey showed support of the Hong Kong protests earlier this week and nearly all of the NBA's Chinese partners have cut ties with the league s...

Donald Trump Mocks Warriors' Steve Kerr For Dodging Question About China: Video

BEIJING, Oct 10 — Houston Rockets sneakers and other merchandise were pulled from several Nike stores in major Chinese cities amid the furore surrounding a tweet from the team’s general manager in support of anti-government protests in Hong Kong. Managers at five Nike stores in Beijing and...BEIJING, Oct 10 — Houston Rockets sneakers and other merchandise were pulled from several Nike stores in major Chinese cities amid the furore surrounding a tweet from the team’s general manager in support of anti-government protests in Hong Kong. Managers at five Nike stores in Beijing and...

Houston Rockets Nike merchandise disappears from China stores | Sports | Malay Mail