Do you think Kobe got more attention then he deserve this all star weekend?
I think it was understandable. There's a possibility that he might not play in an All-Star Game again, so I think they wanted to give him some of the spotlight, even if he was on the sidelines.
I really don't care for Kobe, never have, but he has earned that attention, you can't deny that. I think everyone sees that his career is basically over, and are giving him the respect due. If Kobe returns, he is not going to be the same player.
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