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USA TODAY Sports' AJ Neuharth-Keusch breaks down the top story lines to watch at the 2017 NBA All-Star Game.
Otto Porter Jr.'s 25 points lead the Wizards past the Pacers for a 111-98 win, Washington's fourth straight victory
Klay Thompson's dog emoji is the best of the players.
He must love driving.
Welcome to New Orleans.
For Los Angeles Lakers President Jeanie Buss, the smart move on Sunday evening is to steer clear of the TNT network.
The Miami Heat announced today that they have hired former HEAT player and two-time NBA champion Shane Battier as the Director of Basketball Development & Analytics. His duties will include the development of analytics in evaluating all talent, including college, free agents and current Miami players. “We believe Shane is an incredible example of our HEAT [...]
All-Star Weekend also took place in New Orleans in 2014.
Boston guard Avery Bradley and rookie forward Jaylen Brown have been ruled out for the Celtics' final game before the All-Star break due to injuries
The Chicago Bulls are going to rest Dwyane Wade for their final game before the All-Star break
Long live King Cake Baby.
The NBA All-Star Game tips off in Pistol Pete's backyard 40 years after his scoring title.
This year's All-Star dunk contest, skills challenge and three-point contest feature some big time names.
Shane Battier is now a member of the Heat front office, assuming the newly created role of director of basketball development and analytics
Battier will become the Director of Basketball Development and Analytics.
Investor Chris Hansen stressed patience and optimism Thursday in his ongoing effort to build an arena to house a possible NBA or NHL franchise in Seattle's stadium district
The superstars are the NBA's most followed and have the top two posts so far this season.
NBA big men are taking, and making, more threes than ever before.
Celtics coach Brad Stevens says he's looking forward to have his family _ and the families of his staff _ savor the All-Star experience