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NBA resumes play after All-Star game as James to meet Durant soon

National Basketball Association

NEW ORLEANS — LeBron James won’t assume the eventual date with Indiana that so many others expect.
He definitely has another one with Kevin Durant — in just a few days.
The NBA’s two best players went their separate ways after the East’s 163-155 victory over the West in Sunday’s NBA All-Star game, but only temporarily. They will be back on the same floor Thursday in Oklahoma City, perhaps even joined by Russell Westbrook.
Less than two months will remain in the regular season when play resumes Tuesday, with so much still to sort out in the loaded ...

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