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This was the second year that the NBA's All-Star Game rosters were selected by team captains, and once again, the competition didn't disappoint.

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The Lakers opened the season as overwhelming -600 favorites to make the postseason at the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook. Now, LeBron James' team is an underdog to make the playoffs.

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NBA commissioner Adam Silver made it clear the league isn't happy with the recent spate of trade demands by stars, saying, "I wish all those matters were handled behind closed doors."

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Hamidou Diallo put on a show during All-Star Saturday. Would he return in 2020 for a potential showdown against Zion Williamson? Footage from their high school days gives us a glimpse of what the contest could look like.

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Kevin Durant won his second career All-Star MVP, after helping lead Team LeBron back from a 20-point deficit in a 178-164 win over Team Giannis. Durant finished the game with a team-high 31 points.

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OKC's Hamidou Diallo wowed the crowd by dunking over Shaquille O'Neal and hanging on the rim by his elbow, topping Dennis Smith Jr. in the final to win the NBA slam dunk contest.

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Oklahoma City Thunder rookie Hamidou Diallo won the battle of young jumping jacks in the AT&T Slam Dunk, outlasting Dennis Smith Jr. of the New York Knicks by being the most consistent dunker of the competition.

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It���s not easy to upstage Stephen Curry in his hometown -- and in his element -- but this has been a year of unexpected surprises for the Brooklyn Nets.

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Dell Curry had just been honored as the 2019 Hometown Hero at All-Star Weekend, and the award presentation to the popular sharpshooter-turned-broadcaster for the Charlotte Hornets was extra-special because his three children -- NBA players Steph and Seth Curry, and daughter Sydel -- were on stage to make it.

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An early lead meant nothing at the 2019 Taco Bell Skills Challenge. In all seven head-to-head matchups on Saturday, the winner was the player that was trailing after the mid-course pass (the most difficult skill in the challenge). In the final round, that was the Boston Celtics' Jayson Tatum, who banked in a running 3-pointer from the mid-court line to defeat the Atlanta Hawks' Trae Young, who missed his pull-up 3-pointer as Tatum's heave dropped through the net.

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