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We want to bring pre-season game to India, says NBA official

DNMUM390857 | 6/19/2017 | Author : Rutvick Mehta | WC :400



Cleveland: If things go as planned and as per wish, you might soon get to watch some NBA action in India.
Mark Tatum, the deputy commissioner and chief operating officer of the NBA, said they are planning to get a pre-season game to India pretty soon, provided they can find an arena that is fit enough to host it.
“There are a couple of arenas in the country which could host a few pre-season games, which is our hope. We want to bring a NBA pre-season game to India,” Tatum said here.
“As soon as we can find an arena, and we can get the right circumstances there to bring a game, we’re going to be there. It’s a high priority for us, to try and bring a pre-season game. (Vivek) Ranadive (Sacramento Kings owner) is excited about it.
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