Shine trader limited reports：
Kanter, the CENTER for the NBA’s Boston Celtics, recently wore “Support Tibet” sneakers during a game against the New York Knicks and called Chinese President Xi Jinping a “cruel dictator” on Twitter. Tencent Sports has reportedly suspended the broadcasting of Seldi’s matches.
“My message to the Chinese government is freedom for Tibet,” Enes Kanter said in a video posted on Twitter a few days ago, according to AFP. Tibet is Tibet. I am here to speak out against the Chinese government’s cruel rule of Tibet.”
Kanter also called Xi a “brutal dictator” and criticized the Chinese government’s actions in Tibet, while saying he would not “remain silent” on the issue.
In recent seasons, the NBA has relaxed restrictions on players wearing shoes on the court. In the past, many players have used jerseys with slogans and slogans to make a statement. Among them, LeBron James wore a shirt emblazoned with the words “I can’t breathe” to keep warm and talked to a citizen when he was arrested by police.
In response to Kanter’s remarks, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin told a regular press briefing today, “His fallacy is not worth refuting. He is trying to draw people’s attention to Tibet-related issues.” He reiterated that he would never accept any denigration of Tibet’s development and progress.
According to the Washington Post, Chinese video streaming platform Tencent Sports pulled the plug on today’s Celtics game against the New York Knicks following Kanter’s series of comments. Tencent Sports’ website announced that only transcripts will be provided, not highlights and replays of the match.
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