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Watch out, Jabari Parker's healthy

And rims are scared of a healthy Jabari Parker.

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Big trade rumors as deadline approaches

Sage Steele and Stephen A. Smith talk potential NBA trades, and they share their thoughts on Kevin Love and Carmelo Anthony.

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Jordan's Jordans Through The Years

From the inaugural pair through his last stand with the Wizards, Michael Jordan wore some great-looking shoes. Best of Air Jordans

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Karl-Anthony's town: Population 2-on-0

If there's no one to stop the break, KAT will break the rim.

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Kevin Hart comes out of retirement

Celebrity basketball retirement, that is. He tried to get out, but the game pulled him back in.

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Jabari Parker bags himself a unicorn

The Buck tracked down Kristaps Porzingis, much to the Latvian's chagrin.

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Defense isn't the main priority

All-Star Weekend is for entertainment. Andrew Wiggins is for dunking. This is Wiggins dunking.

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Most Times Leading All-Star Voting Since Fan Voting Began in 1975 Michael Jordan 9 Kobe Bryant 4 Vince Carter 4 Julius Erving 4

Clarkson hits LaVine down field for slam

It's the Rising Stars Challenge, but Jordan Clarkson showed off some Pro Bowl skills with this full-court alley-oop.

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Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Best known for his defensive tenacity, Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart didn't get much of a chance to showcase his strengths during Friday's Rising Stars Challenge. Defense took a back seat as Smart and the U.S. posted a 157-154 triumph over the World at All-Star weekend in Toronto. Smart hit his first shot  a 3-pointer  just 30 seconds into the game, but went scoreless the rest of the way. Smart started for US and added four rebounds and five assists over 21:40.

Canada wins Celebrity Game

Drake coached Team Canada to a 74-64 win over Team USA in the 2016 All-Star Celebrity Game.

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Best dunks of the season (so far)

It's All-Star Weekend, the unofficial midpoint to the NBA season. So who broke rims so far and who got broke?

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Who takes the final shot: You or Steph?

About half the players questioned would rather have Steph Curry -- and not themselves -- taking a last-second shot. And then there's Westbrook.

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Kobe Bryant's All-Star mixtape

20 NBA seasons. 18 All-Star selections. 1 mixtape.

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Drummond prefers dance interviews

Kevin Hart tried to give his coach's interview. Andre Drummond prefers a dance interview.

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#SquadGoals: Steph, Ayesha and FLOTUS

When Stephen and Ayesha Curry visited the White House, they sang a song about bananas with the First Lady. 'Ba-ba-ba-banana'

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Bat flips = free food and drinks

Nik Stauskas interviewed Jose Bautista on the benefits of his signature bat-flip and how to bring that swagger to the Sixers.

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Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

Kobe Bryant and Michael Jordan here in Toronto (pic via Vanessa Bryant's Instagram: @vanessabryant):

LaVine, USA win Rising Stars Challenge

Zach LaVine scored 30 points and was named MVP in USA's 157-154 win over World in the Rising Stars Challenge.

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Zach LaVine wins MVP honors

The Minnesota sophomore took home the top award at the Rising Stars challenge, posting 30 points, 7 rebounds and 4 assists on 13-for-20 shooting. His teammate Andrew Wiggins won the award last season.

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U.S. Team wins Rising Stars Challenge

Zach LaVine, Emmanuel Mudiay and Kristaps Porzingis shared game-high honors with 30 points and Andrew Wiggins was not far behind as U.S. defeated World 157-154.

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Rob Peterson ESPN.com 

Jabari Parker put the game away with a nice two-handed flush over Kristaps Porzingis as the USA takes the game over the World, 157-154. Zach Lavine, Emannuel Mudiay and Porzingis each had 30.

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Zach LaVine scored 30 to lead USA in 157-154 win in Rising Stars Challenge Tomorrow, LaVine will defend his Slam Dunk Contest title