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Aging Gracefully in the NBA

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Chris Bosh made sure to correctly answer the question.

He recently was asked what it was like being a teenager the first time he watched Tim Duncan play in the NBA.

Bosh, the Miami Heat center, remembered it differently. He had yet to reach his teenage years.

"Not to make him...

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