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Kris @ the 2016 NBA Celebrity All-star Game 😃🙌

Omg you just don't know how happy & excited I was when I first found out he was going to be in the NBA all-star game!! xD I totally watched it, I had too! I'm so proud of Kris, he's going places and he's just getting even more successful and known :) SM fudged up! lol but anyway I'm glad he had fun out there and played his best. I cheered him on hardcore throughout the whole game, screaming and fangirling lol I even hurt my toe in the process lol he made some lay-ups, I was so proud :) Canada won, that's awesome xD I mean I enjoyed the whole game even though USA lost sadly but I still had fun watching definitely Wu baby ^__^ He was on my TV screen cRiEs xD I couldn't control my feels at all it was everywhere! lol ❤❤
awws look his fans were there of course :)
CR TO THE OWNER OF THESE PICTURES :) Kris.. you looked so cool out there ❤ The last picture though lol wth....
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I was surprised, he actually played pretty well.
This entire thing is just funny to me tbh. The reactions to him were just :P
aw that sucks.. hopefully it will be on YouTube @EliseB
I WATCHED IT AND SQUEALED
omg that's so dang cool
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