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This NBA All-Star photo eerily predicted the Western Conference's superteams

The NBA is a weird, weird place right now. Kevin Durant’s move to the Warriors sparked an arms race that’s resulted in almost every superstar looking to team up. Super teams existed before, but perhaps this is the first time multiple teams tried to get in on it. No photo shows this better than going back and looking at the 2016 Western Conference All-Star team photo. Getty Images The spooky part is that the photo is divided into little enclaves where everyone who joined the same team was standing next to each other in this photo.
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