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NBA stars, legends shine in Africa exhibition

The NBA put on a show in its first exhibition game in Africa on Saturday -- starting with a dunk straight from the tipoff by Luc Mbah a Moute.

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History of the NBA in Africa (3:23)
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ICYMI: The Dream's dream sequence

Hakeem Olajuwon's time on the floor for Team Africa in Saturday's Basketball Without Borders included a blocked shot -- and a finger wag on his behalf, courtesy of Dikembe Mutombo -- and a "Dream Shake."

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ICYMI: Surprise -- Mutombo checks in

Dikembe Mutombo took the floor for Team Africa in Saturday's NBA exhibition in South Africa, where he joined Hakeem Olajuwon, and the crowd went wild.

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AAU baller channels Vince Carter

LaDarius Marshall rocks the signature slam at the "First To Fly" dunk contest.

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Highlights galore in NBA Africa game

An actual play from the exhibition that saw Team World beat Team Africa: Trey Burke was blocked by Hakeem Olajuwon.

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Kenneth Faried throws down huge jam

Shh -- no one tell the Nuggets star that today's game in Africa doesn't count toward the standings.

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Team 23 gets closer to $1 million prize

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History of the NBA in Africa

This morning's Basketball Without Borders game in Johannesburg is the result of a growing interest in the game on the continent: From Hakeem Olajuwon to Dikembe Mutombo to today's players.

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Okosun gets reverse layup to go

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HIGHLIGHT: The Tournament on ESPN

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ESPN On Snapchat Discover live

AAU standout LaDarius Marshall took home the "First to Fly" dunk contest title with a nod to an NBA great. Check out his Vince Carter-inspired slam in Saturday's edition of ESPN in Snapchat Discover.

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