Brooklyn Nets players and coaches, including head coach Kenny Atkinson, front, pose for a picture with children after teaching them basketball skills in an NBA Cares event at the Maestro Miguel A. Quintana Primary School in Mexico City, Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017. The Brooklyn Nets will play two regular season games in Mexico City, facing the Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday, Dec. 7 and the Miami Heat on Saturday, Dec. 9.
Brooklyn Nets players and coaches, including head coach Kenny Atkinson, front, pose for a picture with children after teaching them basketball skills in an NBA Cares event at the Maestro Miguel A. Quintana Primary School in Mexico City, Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017. The Brooklyn Nets will play two regular season games in Mexico City, facing the Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday, Dec. 7 and the Miami Heat on Saturday, Dec. 9. Rebecca Blackwell AP Photo
Brooklyn Nets players and coaches, including head coach Kenny Atkinson, front, pose for a picture with children after teaching them basketball skills in an NBA Cares event at the Maestro Miguel A. Quintana Primary School in Mexico City, Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017. The Brooklyn Nets will play two regular season games in Mexico City, facing the Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday, Dec. 7 and the Miami Heat on Saturday, Dec. 9. Rebecca Blackwell AP Photo

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