Kobe Bryant, ‘with all due respect,’ would like to skip All-Star game – Los Angeles Times

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Zennie Abraham / Zennie62
Los Angeles Times
MIAMI — Kobe Bryant kept asking people to vote for someone besides him for the All-Star game. So when the votes were tallied and he was announced a starter Thursday, he didn’t exactly celebrate. Bryant said it was “always a tremendous honor” to be
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