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Four players from L.A. teams will be in the Western Conference starting lineup on Sunday.
Regardless of which Los Angeles basketball team you root for, the 2013 NBA All-Star Game has something for you. With both the Clippers and Lakers well represented, Sunday night's game from the Toyota Center in downtown Houston should be one worth watching.
Beginning at 5 p.m. PT, the All-Star Game boasts the league's best players facing one another on a single stage. Television coverage will be on TNT while radio coverage will be provided by ESPN Radio. Those looking for an extra fix can find quality content on the weekend from SB Nation, as well.
Folks from Los Angeles should have no shortage of things to watch for on Sunday, as the Western Conference starting lineup features Chris Paul, Blake Griffin, Kobe Bryant and Dwight Howard. Also joining those guys in the starting five is arguably the best player in the conference, Kevin Durant.
The Eastern Conference starting lineup features three Miami Heat players -- LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh -- as well as Knicks star Carmelo Anthony and Celtics center Kevin Garnett. Rajon Rondo was voted to start but he's out for the year with a torn ACL. The East bench consists of Tyson Chandler, Luol Deng, Paul George, Jrue Holiday, Kyrie Irving, Brook Lopez and Joakim Noah.