1. Beijing bans South Park after censorship joke  The Australian
  2. Bogut dives into NBA, Hong Kong, South Park firestorm  Sydney Morning Herald
  3. NBA, Houston Rockets in trouble with China over pro-Hong Kong democracy tweet from team general manager  ABC News
  4. China’s foul call on Houston Rockets boss a lesson for all  The Australian
  5. Spurs' Gregg Popovich lauds Adam Silver's response amid China rift  ESPN Australia
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Star Australian basketballer Andrew Bogut has waded into the storm sparked by the Houston Rockets' GM after his public support for protests in Hong Kong.Star Australian basketballer Andrew Bogut has waded into the storm sparked by the Houston Rockets' GM after his public support for protests in Hong Kong.

Trey Parker and Matt Stone write apology to China after media reports an episode that critiques the country's policies on free speech is pulled from Chinese streaming services.Trey Parker and Matt Stone write apology to China after media reports an episode that critiques the country's policies on free speech is pulled from Chinese streaming services.

South Park offers mocking 'apology' to China over episode that criticised censors, re-education camps - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Spurs coach Gregg Popovich lauded NBA commissioner Adam Silver on Tuesday for his stance supporting freedom of speech amid the ongoing rift with China over a tweet posted last week by Rockets GM Daryl Morey.Spurs coach Gregg Popovich lauded NBA commissioner Adam Silver on Tuesday for his stance supporting freedom of speech amid the ongoing rift with China over a tweet posted last week by Rockets GM Daryl Morey.

Spurs' Gregg Popovich lauds Adam Silver's response amid China rift

Kevin Durant stood outside the locker room after the Warriors' Game 3 loss and high-fived everyone who walked past hi.Kevin Durant was there for his guys after Game 3.

NBA Finals: Kevin Durant greeted teammates while icing calf after loss

A principled stand for free expression by companies hoping to do business in China may hasten the day when the unfettered voices of the Chinese people can be heard.A principled stand for free expression by companies hoping to do business in China may hasten the day when the unfettered voices of the Chinese people can be heard.

For NBA's quandary over China, stand with human rights | TheHill

A principled stand for free expression by companies hoping to do business in China may hasten the day when the unfettered voices of the Chinese people can be heard.A principled stand for free expression by companies hoping to do business in China may hasten the day when the unfettered voices of the Chinese people can be heard.

For NBA's quandary over China, stand with human rights | TheHill

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US National Basketball Association Commissioner Adam Silver’s comments on free speech and refusal to apologize to China for Houston Rockets General Manager (GM) Daryl Morey’s since-deleted tweet supporting protests in Hong Kong has triggered a series of severed ties and disdain for the NBA in mainland China. US National Basketball Association Commissioner Adam Silver’s comments on free speech and refusal to apologize to China for Houston Rockets General Manager (GM) Daryl Morey’s since-deleted tweet supporting protests in Hong Kong has triggered a series of severed ties and disdain for the NBA in mainland China.

NBA’s ‘Free Speech’ Argument Exemplifies Western Ignorance of Hong Kong Issues - Sputnik International

The NBA backs off its apology to Beijing under pressure from Washington.The NBA backs off its apology to Beijing under pressure from Washington.

The Daily 202: Bipartisan backlash to the NBA’s appeasement of China shows Congress still supports human rights - The Washington Post

“Listen....@dmorey does NOT speak for the @HoustonRockets. Our presence in Tokyo is all about the promotion of the @NBA internationally and we are NOT a political organization. @espn https://t.co/yNyQFtwTTi”

Tilman Fertitta on Twitter: "Listen....@dmorey does NOT speak for the @HoustonRockets. Our presence in Tokyo is all about the promotion of the @NBA internationally and we are NOT a political organization. @espn… https://t.co/MJueROZEih"

“1/ I did not intend my tweet to cause any offense to Rockets fans and friends of mine in China. I was merely voicing one thought, based on one interpretation, of one complicated event. I have had a lot of opportunity since that tweet to hear and consider other perspectives.”

Daryl Morey on Twitter: "1/ I did not intend my tweet to cause any offense to Rockets fans and friends of mine in China. I was merely voicing one thought, based on one interpretation, of one complicated event. I have had a lot of opportunity since that tweet to hear and consider other perspectives."

“Watch the full episode - https://t.co/oktKSJdI9i @THR article - https://t.co/nXrtmnwCJB”

South Park on Twitter: "Watch the full episode - https://t.co/oktKSJdI9i @THR article - https://t.co/nXrtmnwCJB… "

“2/ I have always appreciated the significant support our Chinese fans and sponsors have provided and I would hope that those who are upset will know that offending or misunderstanding them was not my intention. My tweets are my own and in no way represent the Rockets or the NBA.”

Daryl Morey on Twitter: "2/ I have always appreciated the significant support our Chinese fans and sponsors have provided and I would hope that those who are upset will know that offending or misunderstanding them was not my intention. My tweets are my own and in no way represent the Rockets or the NBA."

Tension between the National Basketball Association (NBA) and Chinese society triggered by Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey's tweet in support of the Hong Kong protests escalated, with China's top sports television channel, an online sport broadcasting platform and several Chinese companies suspending cooperation with the league on Tuesday.

More partners cancel cooperation with NBA - Global Times

The Chinese Government has banned the popular and long-running cartoon series South Park after an episode criticised the Government’s censorship policies.The Chinese Government has banned the popular and long-running cartoon series South Park after an episode criticised the Government’s censorship policies.

China bans South Park over episode mocking government censorship

You can have freedom of expression or you can have rising revenues in China. You cannot have both.You can have freedom of expression or you can have rising revenues in China. You cannot have both.

Australian Financial Review

The NBA faced a severe economic backlash after the Houston Rockets put legions of Chinese fans offside. The NBA faced a severe economic backlash after the Houston Rockets put legions of Chinese fans offside.

NBA accused of 'shameful' retreat after Chinese fans flex their muscles | SBS News

TV show South Park and a major video game studio are the latest businesses swept into a growing debate over how to navigate China's censorship efforts. The question has heated up after the NBA suffered a backlash in China over a pro-Hong Kong tweet by the Houston Rockets general manager. SouthTV show South Park and a major video game studio are the latest businesses swept into a growing debate over how to navigate China's censorship efforts. The question has heated up after the NBA suffered a backlash in China over a pro-Hong Kong tweet by the Houston Rockets general manager. South

South Park, games company swept up in China censorship fury