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With the 2014 NBA All-Star game coming up this Sunday, our friends over at RareInk are having an unbeatable sale. RareInk is offering a 10-piece All-Star collection at 50%-off through All-Star Sunday, February 16th.

RareInk artwork is produced using archival materials and is offered as fine art paper prints (starting at $99), stretched canvases (starting at $159), and prints on metal ($499). Every piece is a hand-numbered, limited edition, with release numbers ranging from 50 to 250.

The 10-piece NBA All-Star collection is available exclusively at and features original artist works of LeBron James, Paul George, Carmelo Anthony, Dwyane Wade, Kyrie Irving, Kobe Bryant, Kevin Durant, Blake Griffin, Kevin Love and Stephen Curry.

A compilation of the discounted artwork is shown above and can be purchased here:

Although Kobe Bryant will be sitting out the All-Star game due to injury, RareInk has a fantastic signature print of Bryant available for 50% off. See what the piece might look like on your wall below!


Photo: Ronald Martinez | Getty Images
Photo: Getty Images
Photo: Getty Images

Despite only playing in six games this season, Los Angeles Lakers SG Kobe Bryant has been voted to represent the Western Conference in this year’s NBA All-Star Game.

Bryant, who finished with 988,884 fan votes, will appear in his 16th-straight All-Star Game–if he is healthy enough to play, of course.

Bryant, playing in his 18th season, is a 4-time All-Star MVP. The 5-time NBA champion is the only player in NBA history to be selected to 16-straight NBA All-Star games.

Despite being voted as an All-Star this season, Bryant said he does not want to play in the game, according to the LA Times’ Mike Bresnahan.

Kobe says he appreciates being voted an All-Star but “with all due respect” doesn’t want to play in the game.

Other notables: Pau Gasol finished 10th in the Western Conference front court voting with 247,323 votes.

Bryant will be joined by Stephen CurryBlake Griffin, Kevin Durant, and Kevin Love in the West’s starting lineup.

Photo: Kevork Djansezian | Getty Images
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Image Credit: Andrew D. Bernstein/NBAE/Getty Images

The Los Angeles Lakers will fill two of the five positions on the 2013 Western Conference All-Star team. SG Kobe Bryant and C Dwight Howard have been selected to represent the Western Conference in this year’s All-Star game in Houston, Texas on February 17th.

Bryant, the overall leader in fan votes with 1,591,437, will appear in his 15th straight All-Star game. This consecutive All-Star selections mark breaks the tie he shared with Jerry West, Karl Malone and Shaquille O’Neal.

Although Bryant was practically a “shoe-in” selection like usual, Howard’s selection was a little less certain. This season, the NBA decided to eliminate the center position from the ballot altogether; the league cited the recent change in traditional positions, in which the center position has become relatively archaic.

Howard received 922,070 fan votes, eclipsed only by the Thunder’s Kevin Durant in the West’s frontcourt.

Bryant, playing in his 17th season, is a 4-time All-Star MVP. Howard, the number one overall draft pick in the 2004 draft, will make his seventh straight appearance as an All-Star center since his first selection in 2007.

Other notables: PF Pau Gasol finished fifth in frontcourt balloting with 310,845 votes. Fellow point guard Steve Nash came in sixth among Western Conference guards with 270,741.

Bryant and Howard will be joined by two of their co-tenant Clippers, Chris Paul and Blake Griffin, in the West’s starting lineup. Kevin Durant will be the third frontcourt player to make up the 2013 Western Conference starting lineup.



With the Lakers off to a poor start, trade rumors have begun to swirl around Kobe Bryant, leading many to speculate if he'll leave for greener pastures. Kobe puts those rumors to rest in his interview with Yahoo Sports.
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