All Star Weekend

All Star Weekend has finally come to the Big Apple. All your favorites, Stephen Curry, Lebron James, Carmelo Anthony, Kevin Durant, James Harden and many more all in ONE INTENSE basketball game to be aired Sunday February 15th at 8pm at Madison Square Garden, in Manhattan. But that’s not all. The festivities begin as early as Friday the 13th, majority of the events taking place in the famous Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn, NY. There will be many exciting events such as the All Stars Celebrity Game on Friday the 13th, and the Slam Dunk Contest on Saturday the 14th. Not only are the events that lead up to the actual game and the actual game the highlights of the weekend, just like super bowl parties; All Star weekend Parties and celebrations are something to look forward to. Even if you’re not able to make it to the actual stadiums to watch the games, go to your nearest sports bar, grab a beer and enjoy the game.
If you are in NYC and are not sure of where to go enjoy all the NBA action for All Star Weekend then check for more details on the best sports bar in NYC to watch the festivities!
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Jennifer Montero


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