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NBA All-Star Game Open Thread

The weekend leads up to the game, which is likely to be a letdown, especially for Wolves fans, after the last couple of days.

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When: Sunday, February 14, 7:30 p.m.


The NBA All Star weekend will wrap up with, well, the actual game on Sunday night. All Star games don't really get my juices flowing, but this one may be of interest to watch only because it will be Kobe Bryant's final appearance of his historic career. The Wolves don't have any horses in this race, but I may tune in for a little bit and do some writing or something. Also, Sting is performing at halftime and I can't wait to see what happens. I do enjoy The Police, but I wouldn't be shocked if most the younger players and audience 1. have no idea who he is or 2. have a few "Oh, he sings this song?!" moments throughout his performance. If All Star games aren't your thing, I'm sure there will be a Property Brothers marathon going on on HGTV or something.




Kobe Bryant, L.A. Lakers
Stephen Curry, Golden State
Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City
Kawhi Leonard, San Antonio
Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City


Draymond Green, Golden State
Klay Thompson, Golden State
Chris Paul, L.A. Clippers
James Harden, Houston
DeMarcus Cousins, Sacramento
LaMarcus Aldridge, San Antonio
Anthony Davis, New Orleans



Carmelo Anthony, New York
Paul George, Indiana
LeBron James, Cleveland
Kyle Lowry, Toronto
Dwyane Wade, Miami


* Pau Gasol, Chicago
John Wall, Washington
Andre Drummond, Detroit
** Al Horford, Atlanta
DeMar DeRozan, Toronto
Paul Millsap, Atlanta
Isaiah Thomas, Boston
* Replaces Jimmy Butler (injured)
** Replaces Chris Bosh (injured)

No doubt not as exciting as Zach LaVine in the dunk contest, but the NBA is off until late this week, so you might as well watch what you can.

Enjoy the game. Chat here.