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Among the NBA’s “Rising Stars” Friday morning at Charlotte’s Spectrum Center was another superstar, albeit almost two decades younger, in the making.

Celtics forward Jayson Tatum’s 15-month-old son, known affectionately as “Deuce,” was tottling across the court after his father practiced with Team U.S. for the evening’s Rising Stars Challenge. Decked out in a black-and-white Nike jumpsuit, a babbling Deuce scurried around with a basketball in his arms — and even played pass with another member of Team U.S.: New York Knicks rookie Kevin Knox.

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It's that time of the year where 24 of the brightest NBA stars converge in one arena and put on a show for fans all over the world.

The mid-season classic of the NBA, the 2019 All Star Weekend, will be held in Charlotte from Feb. 16 to 18 (Manila Time) and Solar Entertainment’s—Basketball TV & NBA Premium TV—guarantees that you never miss the action.

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In July 2016, in the wake of Kevin Durant's decision to join the Golden State Warriors, the Dallas Mavericks offered free agent forward Harrison Barnes a four-year, $94 million deal -- and a bigger role than he had played since he was at the University of North Carolina. With a year left on that contract and his role reduced significantly, the Mavericks sent him to the Sacramento Kings on Wednesday in the middle of their game against the Charlotte Hornets. Barnes played 26 minutes knowing that a trade was a possibility, and it was completed before the fourth quarter, in which he sat on the bench supporting his ex-teammates, which got the attention of LeBron James.

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Anthony Davis may have started, but he didn’t finish.

The seemingly unhappy All-Star center started tonight’s game at the Smoothie King Center in a 131-122 win against the hot Oklahoma City Thunder, but a shoulder injury just before halftime sidelined him the rest of the game, and perhaps, for the rest of his career as a Pelican.

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The Lakers had a hellacious loss to the Hawks on Tuesday night, and while Luke Walton still has a sliver of a chance to save his job the odds do not look phenomenal for him right now. The Lakers fell to 28-29, and although they’re not quite dead yet they are currently on the outside looking in from the Western Conference playoffs. Looking ahead, these are some names that make some sense to pop up as candidates to replace Walton as Lakers head coach.

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