Chicago To Host 2020 All-Star Weekend


The NBA announced on Friday that Chicago has been selected as the host for NBA All-Star 2020.

The Chicago Bulls and the National Basketball Association are set to make a major announcement on Friday, and fans are going to want to mark their calendars. They did not release any details about the content of that announcement. NBA commissioner Adam Silver, Bulls president Michael Reinsdorf, Bulls executive vice president of basketball operations John Paxson, and Chicago Sports Commission executive director Kara Bachman will all be in attendance.

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This will mark the first time since 1988 that Chicago has hosted the event with it taking place inside Chicago Stadium. "I look forward to better seats next time".

This season's NBA All-Star Game will be held at Staples Center in Los Angeles on Monday, Feb. 19 (AEDT).

According to The Vertical's Shams Charania, The Chicago Bulls' bid for the 2020 All-Star event gained significant momentum last month. NBA All-Star Game 2017 in New Orleans reached fans in 215 countries and regions in 49 languages. West. Instead, two All-Star captains (the leading vote getters from each conference) will be able to choose from the pool of 22 All-Stars to determine the teams.