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Los Angeles Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant stopped by the Nike Suite during the NBA All-Star festivities in Houston for an interview with Damon Jones, where Bryant said that
When Bryant was asksed how much longer he can keep playing in the NBA, Bryant responded "Probably two years max...Next year might be it. It's one of those things I think I'll wake up and I'll know."
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