Since 1951, the National Basketball Association has hosted a mid-season weekend to celebrate the highest
achievers in the game over the first half of the season. The NBA All-Star Game and its full weekend of festivities is really
a celebration of the fans and their unwavering support throughout the year. All-Star Weekend is the one time in the year when
all of the game's biggest and brightest stars are in the same place, playing an exhibition game to thrill the fans in the
arena and all across the world. The players are voted on by the fans and the reserves are selected by the league's coaches,
ensuring that the best of the best are present for this star studded weekend. Friday night of All-Star Weekend begins the
festivities with the Celebrity game, where stars from the entertainment world play with retired NBA players and star WNBA
Players. Later in the evening is the Rising Stars Game, featuring a mix of the the most up and coming players in their first
and second seasons in the league. All-Star Saturday continues the excitement with the much anticipated Dunk Contest, Skills
Challenge, Shooting Stars Competition and Three Point Competition. This year's events will feature some of the biggest stars
in the world like Golden State's Stephen Curry, Portland's Damien Lillard, Cleveland's Kyrie Irving, and Minnesota's Kevin
Love. The marquee event of the weekend occurs on Sunday, when the top 10 players in the league tip off in a game sure to provide
lots of fireworks. This year's game, set in New Orleans, will feature stars like LeBron James, Kevin Durant, Carmelo Anthony,
Paul George, Dwayne Wade and Kobe Bryant amongst many other stars. If you want to watch the most star studded game of the
year, then get tickets to see the best basketball players in the world compete in the 63rd NBA All-Star Game in the Big Easy.
Basketball is one of the most exciting sports on the globe today and the NBA has never had more stars
than on their courts today. With world class athletes competing against each other every day, the sport of baseball is as
exciting as ever. With names like Kobe Bryant, LeBron James and Kevin Durant and Dwayne Wade, to name only a few, the NBA
has never been more exciting. The sport is incredible to see live, from the Lob City connection between Chris Paul and Blake
Griffin of the Los Angeles Clippers, the exciting three point machine that is the Golden State Warriors backcourt of Stephen
Curry and Klay Thompson, to the Big Three and multi Championship winning trio of Tony Parker, Manu Ginobili and Tim Duncan.
Don't miss all of the NBA fun and get tickets to see your favorite basketball team live today.
is not fan experience in sports quite like the NBA All-Star Game. The All-Star game is not just a game, but an entire weekend
of sports and entertainment to thrill the fans and than them for all of their support throughout the year. It is also an opportunity
for the players to showcase their skills, from the Three Point Contest to the Skills Challenge to the fan favorite Dunk Contest.
If you love basketball, then this is the event for you, when you can get up close and personal with your favorite NBA stars,
check out the Rising Stars game between the rookie and sophomore standouts. If you love music, then you'll love the stars
that perform throughout the weekend. Come Sunday, though, the players get down to business for the main event, the All-Star
Game. Making the roster is a huge honor for the players and they always give a 100% to entertain their fans and showcase their
skills. You know that the players will bring all of the high flying dunks and alley oops that you can handle. Get the coveted
tickets to this incredible event and see why this is truly a once in a lifetime sporting experience that all NBA fans should
NBA All-Star Game Trivia
The draft class of 2003 has long been thought to be the most talented in
recent history. With names like LeBron James, Dwayne Wade, Carmelo Anthony, Chris Bosh, David West, Nick Collison and Chris
Kaman, the 2003 draft class is filled with World Champions, All Stars and Gold Medal winners. During their rookie year, how
many members of this draft class made the 2004 NBA All Star Game in Los Angeles?
The answer is zero. Not even LeBron
James was voted an All Star in his rookie year.
NBA fans are amongst the most supportive and
loyal in all of sports. They cheer their team on through a long season, packing arenas all over the country, donning the jerseys
of their favorite players. Fans wear matching shirts to throw off opponents, anything they can do to help their home team
win. When it comes to thanking their fans, the NBA throws one great weekend of fun. The NBA All-Star Game is a spectacular
exhibition of appreciation for their great fans. Don't miss your chance to see all the biggest stars in the game under one
roof at the NBA All-Star Game.