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Lakers-Nets Banner Featuring LeBron Removed From Shanghai Building

TMZ.com Wednesday, 9 October 2019 ()
A banner promoting the Lakers-Nets preseason game in China -- featuring LeBron James, Kyrie Irving and Anthony Davis -- was torn down Wednesday ... in the wake of the international crap storm sparked by the Rockets GM's support of protesters in…
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News video: Chinese basketball fans welcome LeBron James at hotel hall in Shanghai

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Chinese basketball fans warmly welcomed Los Angeles Lakers basketballer LeBron James at a hotel in Shanghai last night (October 9).

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