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NBA All-Star Game scoring records shattered as West tops East, 196-173
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NBA All-Star Game scoring records shattered as West tops East, 196-173
Monday February 15th, 2016

Retiring Lakers guard Kobe Bryant was honored at the 2016 NBA All-Star Game and received a rousing ovation from the crowd in Toronto.

After scoring 10 points on 4-of-11 shooting in 25 minutes, Bryant walked off the floor in the All-Star Game for the final time and received “KO-BE!” chants.

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At the beginning of the night, Bryant was introduced last as the league’s leading vote-getter.

After his introduction, a video tribute was played on the scoreboard.

Kobe followed by addressing the crowd and thanking them for their support.

Sunday marked the 18th All-Star Game for Bryant.

– Kenny Ducey

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