NBA Players Trapped in China?

Full story: Wall Street Journal

Now that the NBA and its players have struck a deal to end their costly 149-day lockout, the great basketball diaspora of 2011 is drawing to a close.
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The players that have opt out clauses will have a easier time returning to the NBA.
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