For the NBA, This All-Star Game May Be a Game-Changer

February 15th, 2010 by Jose V. Rodrigues Leave a reply »
In Texas everything isn't just bigger, it is the biggest.

With 108,000 people filling up the Cowboys' Stadium, the 2010 All-Star game was the eccentric dream that Mark Cuban wanted you to witness—and it just might have saved the NBA.

A game-changing event could describe the impact that the 2010 All-Star-Game has shown the world. Not only was it the basketball game with the biggest attendance ever, it was a landmark in the way that the All-Star game is being carried out.

Sure, the Slam Dunk contest sucked, again , and the other events were pretty boring for anyone who watched them on TV, but the centerpiece of the weekend was just too good to be true.

It was a defiant scenario—108,000 sounded like a big figure, too big to handle, indeed. Well, impossible is definitely nothing, when the League's best join forces to showcase their immense talent.

This is what you get when Dwight Howard, Dwyane Wade, LeBron James, Kevin Garnett, Chris Paul, and all the other stars do what they love—playing entertaining basketball.

This is what you get when somebody just thinks bigger, much bigger.

This is defi ...

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