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Lakers and Nets to take part in NBA China Games 2019

The LA Lakers and Brooklyn Nets will take part in the NBA China Games 2019, with a pre-season match in Shanghai on Thursday, October 10, followed by a rematch in Shenzhen two days later.

They will be the NBA’s 27th and 28th games in China.

The games, presented by Vivo, will feature a variety of fan activities, including the eighth annual NBA Fan Day Presented by Dongfeng Nissan in Shanghai, and a series of NBA Cares community outreach activities in both cities.

“These games are the pillars of our efforts to bring authentic NBA action to our Chinese fans,” said NBA China chief executive Derek Chang.

The games will be available in more than 200 countries and territories on television, digital and social media.

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