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'We are not apologising' over Hong Kong tweet: NBA chief


The NBA is "not apologising" for a tweet from a Houston Rockets executive supporting Hong Kong's pro-democracy protests, the organisation's commissioner said Tuesday, despite a backlash in China. SOUNDBITE

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