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NBA will FORCE Dallas Mavericks to play the national anthem before games after Mark Cuban scrapped it

Dallas Mavericks players and coaches kneel in protest of racism before an August 30 playoff game in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, where the NBA season was finished amid the pandemic. Getty Images



The NBA is once again enforcing its longstanding policy requiring teams to play the national anthem before games after Mavericks owner Mark Cuban decided to discontinue the practice in Dallas because he and the team believe The Star-Spangled Banner does not represent all communities.

‘With NBA teams now in the process of welcoming fans back into their arenas, all teams will play the national anthem in keeping with longstanding league policy,’ NBA spokesman Mike Bass said in a statement.

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