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 NEW YORK (AP) - NBA stars will face the media Friday, and fans will have a new way to watch.
They may even see a player answer a question they asked.
The All-Star player availabilities will be live streamed on the internet for the first time, the league said Wednesday. Starting at 1:30 p.m. EST, the question-and-answer sessions can be seen at www.nba.com/amexallstar .
Viewers will be able to choose from four cameras showing players taking questions. Fans can also submit questions at the same site or through Twitter by using the hashtag AmexAllStar.

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