NBA All Star Game Tickets
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New York City Selected as Host for 2015 NBA All-Star Game
Two prominent New York venues will share hosting duties throughout the weekend surrounding the 64th annual NBA All-Star Game. The contest itself, scheduled for Feb. 15, will take place Madison Square Garden for just the first time since 1998, while Brooklyn’s Barclays Center will put on the Rising Stars Challenge, Celebrity Game, and All-Star Saturday Night which typically features the Skills Challenge, Three-Point Contest, and Slam Dunk Contest, among other festivities. At the time of the 2015 location announcement, the NBA also noted that it will incorporate fan-centric events across all of New York’s boroughs, which in addition to Brooklyn, also includes Queens, the Bronx, Manhattan, and Staten Island.
In action during last season’s NBA All-Star Game, the East snapped a three-year skid, defeating the West 163-155 for the first time since 2010. The East also prevailed the last time Madison Square Garden hosted, in a game that featured Michael Jordan securing his third-career MVP honor in the contest. Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving accomplished the feat in 2014 in just his second-ever All-Star Game appearance.