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Feb 14, 2015
2015 NBA All Star Saturday Night (3-Point and Slam Dunk Contests)
Barclays Center - BrooklynNY
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2015 NBA All Star Game
Madison Square Garden - New YorkNY

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New Orleans to Host NBA All-Star Game 2014

For the second time since 2008, the city of New Orleans will play host to the NBA All-Star Game on Sunday, Feb. 16. The 63rd annual event is poised to be much different this time around, not only because of the personnel involved, but because it will be hosted by the Pelicans rather than the Hornets, as the franchise underwent a complete makeover in the offseason. As usual, several fan-friendly NBA All-Star Game Weekend events will take place in the days leading up to the contest.

The West has prevailed in each of the last three NBA All-Star Games with Chris Paul, Kevin Durant, and Kobe Bryant all earning MVP honors in those respective years, though it was LeBron James who captured the award the last time it was held at New Orleans Arena (now called the Smoothie King Center). Looking ahead to future sites, it’s looking like New York will win the bid, but plans are still in works regarding co-hosting duties for both the New York Knicks and Brooklyn Nets. Having just opened in 2012, the Nets’ Barclays Center has never hosted the All-Star Game, while Madison Square Garden last put on the event in 1998.