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Earthquakes strike Ecuador and Japan, NBA uniforms




KUMAMOTO, JAPAN - APRIL 17:  A road collapse and landslide are seen on April 17, 2016 in Kumamoto, Japan. A magnitude-7.3 earthquake hit Kumamoto prefecture on Japan's Kyushu Island on Saturday after one measuring 6.4 struck on Thursday. As of Sunday, reports indicate that 42 people have been killed, 1,500 were injured, and 11 people remain missing. An estimated 80,000 homes are without power and 400,000 homes have no running water.  (Photo by Taro Karibe/Getty Images)
KUMAMOTO, JAPAN - APRIL 17: A road collapse and landslide are seen on April 17, 2016 in Kumamoto, Japan. A magnitude-7.3 earthquake hit Kumamoto prefecture on Japan's Kyushu Island on Saturday after one measuring 6.4 struck on Thursday. As of Sunday, reports indicate that 42 people have been killed, 1,500 were injured, and 11 people remain missing. An estimated 80,000 homes are without power and 400,000 homes have no running water. (Photo by Taro Karibe/Getty Images)
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The latest on the earthquakes that hit Ecuador and Japan. The NBA has approved logos on uniforms, but will it be a distraction?