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NBA: No media availability for rest of China trip

ESPN Friday, 11 October 2019 ()
The NBA will not be holding media availability for the rest of the Lakers' and Nets' trip to China, citing the "complicated and unprecedented situation" that players are in.
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NBA Will Not Have Media Availability For Remainder of China Trip . The Lakers and Nets will conclude the 2019 China Games on Saturday, but the teams won't be speaking to the media. . We have decided not to hold media availability for our teams for the remainder of our trip in China. , NBA, via...

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