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Five-time NBA champion Magic Johnson joins the 3rd hour of TODAY to discuss how he’s helping small businesses and under-served communities during the pandemic. He also talks about the current state of the NBA and reflects on the impact of Kobe Bryant, who died just over a year ago. “The country is still mourning, the world is still mourning,” he said. “Kobe Bryant really changed in women’s sports.”