76ers say fans who held up signs supporting the protests mining enforcement and safety administrationntations and disrupting the fan experience

AP Photo/Matt RourkeThe NBA is still managing the fallout of Daryl Moreys tweet in support of the ongoing protests in Hong Kong.On Tuesday, the controversy made its way into the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, where two 76ers fans were escorted out of the arena after holding up signs and cheering in support of the protests.In a statement, the Wells Fargo Center described the scene as a situation that was disrupting the live event experience of our guests, and said that several warnings were given before the fans were ejected.Visit Business mining enforcement and safety administration0;The NBA is still attempting to navigate its way through a controversy that began with a tweet last week.On Friday, Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey posted a message supporting the ongoing protests in Hong Kong. The tweet was immediately met with criticism from the NBAs business partners in China, who pulled out of events as the Rockets front office and league commissioner Adam Silver went into damage control.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Brazil spent an estimated $300 million on a World Cup stadium that now sits nearly abandonedSee Also:The NBA is trying to play both sides of the controversial Hong Kong tweet and hoping their long history in China will helpThe NBA is kowtowing to Beijing to protect their bottom line: The NBA is under fire for its response to Daryl Moreys tweet supporting protesters in Hong KongAn NBA executive is facing major backlash in China after tweeting support for the Hong Kong protests

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