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All-Star Game Is Glimpse Into NBA's Future

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It’ll be the East versus the West when the NBA plays its All-Star Game on Sunday in Staples Center.

But you can go ahead and think about it as the Celtics/Heat versus the Lakers/Future Lakers.

How could you not?

As you might have noticed, the NBA is becoming a league of super-teams, filled with All-Star players.

Seven members of Boston and Miami are on the East roster.Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol will be representing the Lakers, with several other All-Stars, including Dwight Howard, who wouldn’t mind playing for L.A. in the future.

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