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NBA air-balls its response to China controversy

The NBA says it won't compromise on its values, even as the league makes it clear it has none.

As you've no doubt heard, Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey tweeted his support for the protesters in Hong Kong. Almost instantly, the Chinese government and Chinese businesses erupted in outrage. The NBA, the Rockets, Morey and various players rushed to apologize or express regret for offending millions of Chinese basketball fans. The NBA's statement,

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