Believe it or not, but the NBA All-Star break is finally upon us, and with that comes all the excitement and festivities of All-Star Weekend. This year's events will take place in Chicago, IL.
As the fanfare and events have increased at the NBA's mid-season break over the years, it's become harder and harder to follow along what events are happening and when.
2020 NBA All-Star Game
Here at The Duel, we have you covered. We have created a printable schedule for NBA All-Star Weekend, which outlines the date and time of each event, as well as where you can watch it.
To view, download and printable the PDF version of the NBA All-Star Weekend schedule, use this link.
What Time Does the NBA All-Star Game Start?
Events start on Friday with the Rising Stars game practice and the All-Star Celebrity game. Saturday is considered the most popular night, despite it not including the actual All-Star Game, but bringing the "wow" factor of the 3-Point Contest and the Slam Dunk Contest. The actual All-Star Game will begin at 8 p.m. ET on Sunday, Feb. 16 on TNT, with coverage starting at 6 p.m. ET.
Whether you want to watch every minute of every event, or just cherry pick your favorites, this schedule will point you in the right direction!
Be sure to check out The Duel throughout the week for all of our content around NBA All-Star Weekend.
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