"We are extremely disappointed we lost the game because we worked so hard as a community to get it," Whitfield said. "But we did support commissioner Silver's decision to move the game. We, like the NBA, don't believe in any form of discrimination but we felt like it was incumbent upon us to move the game as long as the HB2 situation lingered over our city and state."
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