A worker removes a promotional banner for an NBA preseason game, in Shanghai on October 9. Chinese state media slammed the NBA for an “about-face” after the basketball body said it would not apologise for a tweet by Daryl Morey apparently supporting the protests in Hong Kong. Photo: AFP A worker removes a promotional banner for an NBA preseason game, in Shanghai on October 9. Chinese state media slammed the NBA for an “about-face” after the basketball body said it would not apologise for a tweet by Daryl Morey apparently supporting the protests in Hong Kong. Photo: AFP
A worker removes a promotional banner for an NBA preseason game, in Shanghai on October 9. Chinese state media slammed the NBA for an “about-face” after the basketball body said it would not apologise for a tweet by Daryl Morey apparently supporting the protests in Hong Kong. Photo: AFP

Letters | NBA’s Daryl Morey can’t have his free speech and China profits too

  • While the Houston Rockets general manager is entitled to speak his mind, so are the NBA’s Chinese fans. Free speech does not mean freedom from any consequences

Topic |   NBA (National Basketball Association)
A worker removes a promotional banner for an NBA preseason game, in Shanghai on October 9. Chinese state media slammed the NBA for an “about-face” after the basketball body said it would not apologise for a tweet by Daryl Morey apparently supporting the protests in Hong Kong. Photo: AFP A worker removes a promotional banner for an NBA preseason game, in Shanghai on October 9. Chinese state media slammed the NBA for an “about-face” after the basketball body said it would not apologise for a tweet by Daryl Morey apparently supporting the protests in Hong Kong. Photo: AFP
A worker removes a promotional banner for an NBA preseason game, in Shanghai on October 9. Chinese state media slammed the NBA for an “about-face” after the basketball body said it would not apologise for a tweet by Daryl Morey apparently supporting the protests in Hong Kong. Photo: AFP
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