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'*Unless...': Nike's 'sacrifice' ad gets some re-writes after Houston Rockets merch is reportedly removed from the company's stores in China

As you know, Houston Rockets GM Daryl Morey has apologized for daring to tweet “fight for freedom, stand with Hong Kong.” That story then escalated into the absurd and surreal from there, with the NBA allowing a game to go on Shanghai even though China canceled all media events. Now the story involves what is no longer available at Nike stores in China:


More from the New York Post:

Managers at five Nike stores in Beijing and Shanghai told Reuters during visits on Thursday they had been told in recent days via a memo from management that all Rockets merchandise had to be removed. Reuters was unable to view the memo.

Remember an ad that Nike ran featuring Colin Kaepernick? A lot of people do:

Maybe Nike should consider these “fixed it for you” versions:



That seems more like it!



NBA says they’ve apologized to reporter Christina Macfarlane because silencing her ‘was inconsistent with how the NBA conducts media events’

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