Starters for 2012 All-Star game

 Looking at the starters for the 2012 All-Star game tells me one thing, the NBA in 2-3 years will be that much more of a top heavy league. With Kobe, Andrew Bynum, CP3 and Blake Griffin all playing in LA. Howard in Orlando now could easily make a new home in LA.  With that half of the starters of the 2012 game would play in one city. Then that takes us to South Beach where you...
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February 02, 2012  |  Discuss

Houston Awarded 2013 NBA All Star Game

The NBA announced today that Houston and the Toyota Center will play venue for the 2013 NBA All Star Game. The 62nd NBA All Star Game will be played on February 17 at the Toyota Center. Houston played host to the game in 1989 and in 2006. The NBA All Star Jam Session, a popular event among fans, will be held at the George R. Brown Convention Center. The Jam Session is an event...
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February 08, 2012  |  Discuss

2012 NBA All-Star Game Thoughts

LaMarcus Aldridge makes his first All-Star game and its about time. This is a guy who has averaged 19.3 and 8 for the last 4 seasons and is easily one of the NBA's most formidable scoring big men. Luol Deng, now in his 8th season, has evolved into a very good NBA player. He's a consistent defender, scorer and rebounder. His moves and athleticism aren't jaw-dropping,...
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February 10, 2012  |  Discuss

My All-Star break to do list

I am really worried about the NBA All-Star break. My team, the Sacramento Kings, doesn’t play for 5 straight nights. I am definitely going to go into withdrawals. To help occupy my time, I have come up with a to do list. Feel free to add your suggestions. Write a novel. Finish my “honey do” list. Solve the Middle East crisis. Lose 50 pounds. Fix Charlie Sheen’s personal...
Via Special Teams Seiber
February 15, 2013  |  Discuss
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