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Courtside with Yao Ming: A Conversation

HOUSTON, February 15, 2013 — Former Houston Rockets center Yao Ming, in town for NBA All-Star Weekend, spoke with candor and humor at an Asia Society Texas Center luncheon in which he reminisced about his playing career and speculated about life after basketball. Moderating the talk was ESPN's Jay Williams. (33 min., 24 sec.)

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