NBA All-Star 2016 Preview, Live Stream, News, & More

NBA All-Star

The NBA All-Star week is finally here. The weekend, which is set to feature the All-Star festivities, has been scheduled in Toronto and promises nothing short of an extravaganza.

The All-Star weekend is starting this Friday on Feb. 12 and will go until Sunday, Feb. 14. As per the NBA reports, the NBA All-Star 2016 is taking place at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, North Canada.

The events will be aired live on NBA Live as well as TNT. You can also log on to NBA.com for the latest updates on the events and catch live action on the go. As per the Boston CBS Local, the NBA All-Star Celebrity game will be aired only on ESPN.

While we aren’t expecting a Superbowl like situation here but the NBA All-Star events have been quite popular among Fans and Viewers.

Here goes the NBA All-Star 2016 schedule.

Date: Friday, Feb. 12

Time & Event: 11:30 a.m. ET – NBA All-Star Media Day

Live Stream: NBA TV

Time & Event: 1:30 p.m. ET – NBA Hall of Fame Finalist Announcement Ceremony

Live Stream: NBA TV and NBA.com

Time & Event: 7 p.m. ET – The NBA All-Star Celebrity Game

Live Stream: ESPN

As per the sources some of the top celebrities taking part in the game are Win Butler (Arcade Fire), Milos Raonic (tennis player), Rick Fox (former NBA player), Jason Sudeikis (actor/comedian), Anthony Anderson (actor/comedian) and Chauncey Billups (former NBA player).

Date: Saturday, Feb. 13

Time & Event: 2 p.m. ET – NBA D-League All Star Game

Live Stream: NBA TV

Time & Event: 8 p.m. ET – All-Star Saturday Night

Live Stream: TNT

The All-Star Saturday night will feature NBA’s skills competition, featuring the Skills Challenge, the three-point contest and, of course, the iconic slam dunk contest.

Date: Sunday, Feb. 14

Time & Event: 8:30 p.m. ET – NBA All-Star Game

Live Stream: TNT

We have been patiently waiting for this final moment. The All-Star uniforms had been already released back in December and looked dazzling.

“It’s going to be a fun experience for both sides of my family,” Steph Curry said in a video posted by the Warriors. “I lived there for three years, my wife is from there, she has a lot of family that still is up there that’s going to be able to celebrate with us. So I’m going to enjoy it and look forward to it.”

You could sense the excitement in Curry and all other players including Kobe Bryant, Kevin Love, Lebron James, and the others. So, its all happening this weekend. Catch all the live action and updates on our website.


Frontcourt: Kobe Bryant, Kevin Durant (Oklahoma City Thunder), Leonard

Backcourt: Steph Curry (Golden State Warriors), Russell Westbrook (Thunder)


Frontcourt: LeBron James (Cleveland Cavaliers), Paul George (Indiana Pacers), Carmelo Anthony (New York Knicks)

Backcourt: Dwyane Wade (Miami Heat), Kyle Lowry (Toronto Raptors)

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