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LeBron interview part of NBA TV All-Star programs

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NEW YORK (AP) -- NBA TV will televise a one-on-one interview with LeBron James on Feb. 17, capping off its All-Star weekend coverage.

The network will have special programming all weekend, starting Feb. 13 when it shows every previous slam dunk contest. It will televise a number of live events from New Orleans, including the Hall of Fame announcement on Friday and Adam Silver's first press conference as NBA commissioner on Saturday.

Following Sunday's game on TNT, NBA TV picks up again Monday with a prime-time lineup that includes James' interview with Steve Smith, followed by an episode of the ''Open Court'' series discussing the slam dunk, and an interview with Hall of Famer Oscar Robertson.

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