NBA All-Star Game
Anthony Davis is the man! After an amazing performance during the 2017 NBA All-Star Game where he set the record for most points scored in a game, it was clear that he would walk away the MVP of the night!
The NBA All-Star Game got a whole lot sexier, courtesy of John Legend. During halftime of the Feb. 19 basketball extravaganza, John charmed everyone with his trademark voice in a show that featured gigantic flames, amazing dancers and a powerful medley of his hits!
So much for that bad blood between Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook. The ex-teammates paused their feud during the NBA All-Star game to team up and score! Some thought they wouldn’t be on the court together, but HollywoodLife.com has the SCOOP that Coach Steve Kerr wasn’t going to keep them separated!
He’s used to rocking ‘The Late Show,’ but Jon Batiste brought his amazing skills to the 2017 NBA All-Star Game! The Louisiana-native, along with a grand piano, delivered a rendition of the ‘Star Spangled Banner’ that left everyone feeling patriotic!
Now, that’s how you start the NBA All-Star Game! The Roots kicked off the Feb. 19 show with a look back at the eras of ‘Greatness’ in the NBA, getting some help from Michael B. Jordan, Darryl ‘DMC’ Daniels and more! Needless to say, the results were amazing!
What a dream lineup! The very best in the NBA will be teaming up as the titans of the Eastern Conference go up against Western Conference greats in the league’s 66th annual All-Star Game. We’ve got all the details on how you can watch this incredible matchup go down Feb. 19 via live stream.
That was EPIC! Glenn Robinson III delivered a dunk for the ages, winning the 2017 Slam Dunk contest during the All-Star Weekend. Even though he had some tough competition, the Indiana Pacer forward defied the odds! See it to believe!
The Big Easy meets Dunk City! The 2017 NBA All-Star weekend Slam Dunk contest and 3-Point shootout will be in New Orleans, Louisiana on Feb. 18th. Watch the league’s best jam and drop 3’s live from The Smoothie King Center starting at 8pm EST online here!
Get ready, because the future of the NBA is about to hit the court. Some of the league’s youngest talent will square off in the Rising Stars Challenge Game on Feb. 17, so tune in to see some future Hall Of Famers in action!
It’s time to kick off the NBA All-Star weekend! Before the best and the brightest from the NBA hit the court, some of the biggest stars from music, movies and TV will play the Celebrity All-Star game on Feb. 17. Don’t miss what should be an amazing – and hilarious – game!
Get ready for some of the most outrageous action on the court! The NBA All-Star Game weekend kicks off on Feb. 17, and it’s completely packed with games, dunk contests and stars! Don’t miss a second – find out the schedule and how to watch everything!
Before the best of the NBA face off in the 2017 All-Star Game, some of the stars of the music, television and even cooking world will gather for the NBA Celebrity All-Star game. With celebs from Nick Cannon to Win Butler to Mark Cuban suiting up, find out who’s on which team for this all-star extravaganza.
Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant will be on the same team in the NBA All-Star Game on Feb. 19 in New Orleans and Russell’s not too thrilled about it. The Oklahoma City Thunder point guard still thinks K.D. is a ‘traitor’ for leaving the team and is dreading having to play with Kevin in the All-Star game. Read on for all the EXCLUSIVE details.
It’s official. the NBA has moved it’s prestigious All-Star game out of Charlotte after North Carolina refused to repeal it’s controversial bathroom law – called HB2- which discriminates against transgender people.
The NBA has spoken! And the organization has made it BEYOND clear that they are not going to tolerate North Carolina’s new anti-LGBT law. The basketball empire even threatened the state, saying they may lose the 2017 All-Star game. Yikes!
NBA Commissioner, Adam Silver, is not taking North Carolina’s anti-LGBT law lightly. In fact, he blatantly gave the Southern state a serious ultimatum: either change your anti-LGBT law or the NBA may pull out of the city of Charlotte’s 2017 All-Star game. Sound harsh? Acts such as Pearl Jam, Bruce Springsteen, 66, and Cirque du Soleil have already boycotted the state. Is the NBA next?
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