2018 NBA All-Star Weekend
The mic was on some players at the All-Star Game, and it caught gold.
The reigning Finals MVP suggested that the NBA is interfering with the relationship between the players and referees.
Four Warriors entered the arena. Only Kevin Durant emerged victorious.
The Golden State Warriors had four players participating in the 2018 NBA All-Star Game. Despite Steph Curry leading his own team, Kevin Durant was the Warriors’ biggest star last night.
He will attempt to captain his hand-picked team to a win over LeBron James, Warriors’ teammate Kevin Durant and other superstars.
Curry may be one of the biggest stars in the world, but he’s just as enthused about being an All-Star as he was four years ago.
Team Steph is best, but will format changes have an impact?
Following some horrible remarks aimed at LeBron James, some of the NBA’s biggest names spent All-Star weekend talking about equality, social justice, and taking a stand.
Klay Thompson had a dynamic performance in the Three-Point Contest, but an all-time showing by Devin Booker stole the show.
Thompson did well, but was unable to defeat Booker’s record-high performance.
Here’s what to expect for what should be a sizzling NBA All-Star Saturday night.
Plus some guys are going to dunk and dribble