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Firestorm over Houston Rockets GM's tweet about Hong Kong and China

CBS News Monday, 7 October 2019
Daryl Morey's backing of protesters sparked outrage from China, criticism from Chinese companies, NBA and some players and support from many U.S. politicians form both sides of the aisle
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News video: Houston Rockets logo covered at basketball court in China following pro-Hong Kong tweet controversy

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A basketball court owner in eastern China's Suzhou painted over the Houston Rockets logo on a wall on October 8. The court owner painted over the Rockets' logo to show his support for his country. Daryl Morey, the Houston Rockets' manager, tweeted "fight for freedom, stand with Hong Kong" on...

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