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This is very, very surreal. Very surreal,” Wallace told SB Nation. “Had he been alive, he would have been elated.”It’s safe to say the Barclays Center did her son right:<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" Buy NBA 2K MT align="center">The Nets just permanently hung a No. 72 jersey from the rafters dedicated to Biggie Smalls. pic.twitter.com/rPyqam8J2E— Kristian Winfield (@Krisplashed) March 12, 2017</blockquote>The team raised a No. 72 jersey to the rafters in honor of Biggie’s birth
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