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Taiwanese video nails NBA lockout

While a bit bloody for our tastes, this video from Taiwanese animators does a pretty good job explaining the NBA lockout.
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While a bit bloody for our tastes, this video from Taiwanese animators does a pretty good job explaining the NBA lockout.

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