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[NBA] Top 5 Take Your Kid to Work Day

Did you guys all know today was "Take Your Kid to Work Day"?

Well in order to celebrate this special day, here is a video of the top five moments when NBA players took their kid to work. My favorite's gotta be Tim Duncan's son! Enjoy!
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THIS IS SO CUTE. I bet it's really hard juggling a professional sports career while raising kids, so it's nice to see some dads really taking advantage of this opportunity!
LOVE RILEY
Riley is the cutest thing ever
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