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NBA Releases Emojis for Each All-Star Using Twitter Hashtags

Thomas DuffyFeatured ColumnistFebruary 11, 2016

This year's NBA All-Stars have finally made it—they have their own emojis.

On Thursday, the league released specific characters for each player that come up when their name is used as a Twitter hashtag:

Some are faces (Carmelo Anthony, Stephen Curry and Russell Westbrook); others interpret nicknames (Kobe Bryant, LeBron James and Paul George). Most relate to the specific player’s team.

And then there’s Kawhi Leonard’s, which is easily the best.


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