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Love scores 17 in All-Star Game

Kevin Love scored 17 points and pulled down seven rebounds in the NBA All-Star game. The Western Conference beat the Eastern Conference, 152-149. Love finished with a game-high plus-16 rating.
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Kevin Love scored 17 points and pulled down seven rebounds in the NBA All-Star game. The Western Conference beat the Eastern Conference, 152-149. Love finished with a game-high plus-16 rating.

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