Future Nba All Star Game Sites OR

Future Nba All Star Game Sites OR

Future Nba All Star Game Sites

There were fantastic games in both the West and East Conference Semi-finals, featuring each conference's All-Star Game (Jan. 31, Feb. 2) entrants who will compete for the 2017 NBA All-Star Game (Feb. 19, TNT). The conference finalists also snatched a playoff slot for their conference in the NBA Playoffs.


The 72nd NBA All-Star Game, which was originally scheduled for Feb. 12-14, 2021 in Indianapolis will now be held there on Feb. 16-18, 2024. Public health conditions prevented the Pacers, the NBA All-Star Host Committee and the NBA from appropriately planning and executing fan-focused All-Star activities in Indianapolis that were envisioned for this February.

“While we are disappointed that the NBA All-Star Game will not take place in Indianapolis in 2021, we are looking forward to the Pacers and the city hosting the game and surrounding events in 2024,” said NBA Commissioner Adam Silver. “I want to thank Herb Simon, Steve Simon, Rick Fuson and the entire Pacers organization as well as the NBA All-Star 2021 Host Committee and the community of Indianapolis for working with us to reschedule our All-Star activities.” (Source: www.nba.com)


LeBron James, captain, Los Angeles Lakers: James turned 37 years old this season, but he’s still one of the best players in the NBA. LeBron has had to become more of a scorer this season because of the Lakers’ deep-rooted issues, and he’s responded by putting up 29.1 points per game on 52 percent shooting from the field. LA has been a disappointment all season mostly because of Anthony Davis’ injuries and Russell Westbrook’s cold shooting, but James remains as consistent as ever on the floor. How long can he possibly keep doing this? This is LeBron’s 18th straight All-Star appearance in the 19th season of his career. James is 4-0 as a captain in the All-Star Game.

Stephen Curry, Golden State Warriors: The Golden State Warriors are back to looking like a championship contender again, and Curry remains as dazzling as ever. Curry set the league’s all-time three-point record this year, and has been considered the front-runner to win MVP for most of the season. However, a recent shooting slump has taken a hit to Curry’s percentages (he’s down to 37.3 percent from deep) and possibly his MVP chances. Either way, Steph remains perhaps the greatest show in the sport. It’s always fun to see him in the All-Star Game. (Source: www.sbnation.com)



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