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“That was beautiful,” Jeter says.

“Eh,” Kobe says.

“Was that Byron?”

“Coach doesn’t really have time for poetry,” Kobe says. He smiles at Jeter, so the editor knows it’s a joke. Jeter smiles too. “Just something I’m fooling around with.”

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