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February 14, 2010

bballJalen Rose is a former 13-year NBA star and current ESPN sports analyst but may be best known for being a member of the famous University of Michigan Fab Five.

This year’s NBA All-StarSTAR weekend will be held in Dallas, Texas, and like all others that came before, it will be an awesome spectacle. They say everything is bigger in Texas, and this event will be no exception. The 59th All-Star Game will be played this Sunday, February 14th at the new Cowboys Stadium in Arlington. This venue has the potential to hold a large crowd and could break the all-time NBA attendance record. The old All-Star record was 44,735 people at the Houston Astrodome in 1989. In 1998, the largest ever regular-season crowd at an NBA game was 62,046 strong at the Georgia Dome to see the Atlanta Hawks play Michael Jordan’s Chicago Bulls. With a crowd approaching 90,000, the 2010 All-Star game should definitely surpass these records. Those in attendance will be a part of history.

A lot of fans will find themselves navigating the Internet looking for the best information about the All-Star Game. The National Basketball Association has done an amazing job at making NBA.com a one-stop destination for its fans. NBA.com is easy to navigate, and has all the resources that you need, from schedules of events to highlights. Here are some of the other things they’re doing for All-Star Weekend:

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