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Jonathan Feigen
Harden and Westbrook were asked if they still feel free to speak out on political and social issues. A spokesperson off stage said they would only answer basketball questions.
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Jesus Raygosa Oct 10
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Well I guess that answers that question.
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Petty Rocket Oct 10
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That answers that I suppose
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🔴⚪️ #GoCoogs ⚪️🔴 Oct 10
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Sounds like we know who owns the ...
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𝕿𝖗𝖊𝖑𝖑** Oct 10
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China really doing it to us
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rymayor Oct 10
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True but they did it to themselves. They chose to bow down and follow their rules.
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Sig Christenson 🏕 Oct 10
China conquered the NBA w/out firing a shot. Hopefully, one thing comes out of this mess: The next time Popovich, Kerr, Harden or some other player want to weigh in on a social justice issue, they’ll won’t. Stick to hoops. You have no moral hi gd if you won’t defend free speech.
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Jazz Homer Oct 10
Amen! Next time one of them spouts off, I believe the only appropriate response is “That’s great. Now, please tell us how you feel about Hong Kong.”
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Elliott Wood Oct 10
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So that’s a no then...
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ShySilver Oct 10
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“More than an athlete”
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Todd Hermansen Oct 10
But I thought Lebron and the gang were so angry for telling players to “shut up and dribble”. So now the nba is telling them the same thing? Got it!
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