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ESPN Staff Now 

Anticipation -- and a fair crowd -- builds as they await Kobe Bryant's arrival.

ESPN Staff Now 

J.J. Redick, surrounded by media, praised his opponents, specifically Steph Curry and Klay Thompson, in the 3-point contest.

Adam Reisinger ESPN.com 

J.J. Redick says that he had issues with rhythm and timing during last year's 3-point contest, in part because he wasn't positioned right in relation to the rack. "Not that shooting 3-pointers off a rack is an exact science," he added.

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Most compelling Pac-12 game of 2016: No. 3

Fans have been salivating for more meetings between the Pac-12 and SEC, so even a matchup without each league's top teams is enticing.

Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

Quite a media scrum gathering for Kobe Bryant here in Toronto:

Adam Reisinger ESPN.com 

In about 45 minutes, this will be Kobe Bryant's view as he meets the media for his final All-Star Game.

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Shelburne: Following Kobe is like following the Pope (1:24)
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McGrady is still mad the Lakers got Pau Gasol for Kwame Brown (1:38)
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McGrady: 'No doubt' Kobe best player I've faced, including MJ (1:39)
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Lakers Daily Links: Friday

Top Headline: Kobe Bryant to enjoy every minute of his last All-Star Weekend.

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SVP's 1 Big Thing: How the Rams landed in L.A. (1:56)
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Blue Jackets knock off Ducks in a shootout (1:28)
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Islanders cruise past Kings (0:45)
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Angels top-100 prospects are ... oh wait

Los Angeles has zero prospects ranked in the top 100. None. If you don't believe it, check out all the talent the Angels are missing. Law: Top 100 prospects (Insider)

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Corey Seager No. 1 prospect in 2016

Seager does everything at the plate and might even do it at shortstop before becoming an elite defender at third base. Lefty Julio Urias joins him in the top five, with five other Dodgers prospects filling out Nos. 51-100. Law: Top 100 prospects (Insider)

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Aaron Donald: I let my game speak for me

Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald discusses how he feels being ranked the best player in the NFL and why he believed he was overlooked in high school. Donald also talks about growing up in Pittsburgh, moving to Los Angeles and his relationship with head coach Jeff Fisher.