Fred Kerber of the New York Post has reported that the New York Knicks will host the NBA All-Star Game in 2015 but the Brooklyn Nets have not been completely shut out. The Barclays Center will host the events taking place on Friday and Saturday of All-Star Weekend 2015. The skills competition, 3-point shootout, dunk contest and celebrity game will all take place in Brooklyn.
There have also been talks with the NBA league office that the All-Star game might take place in New York again in 2017 or 2018 with the roles reversed. This would be the first time that an All-Star Game would be held in Brooklyn since the MLB All-Star Game in 1949.
This is far from a done deal though with one league official saying “it’s a possibility” and that the Nets are not sure if they want to be the host at that time. By this point the New York Islanders will be playing all of their home games at the Barclays Center and the arena will likely be one of the biggest spots for some of the country’s biggest traveling events.
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