What to expect from the NBA’s family-focused NBA All-Star Game on Tuesday night
The NBA All Star Game is the last chance to enjoy the festivities that go on during the summer before the NBA All Stars are announced.
So what do you need to know about the family-friendly NBA All star game on Tuesday?
As the final game before the All Stars take place, there are some things to know before heading to the court.
Here are a few things you need now.
Family Matters: What is it?
Family Matters is a family entertainment network that has been around for decades.
The network has a diverse lineup of family-themed programming that is always fresh and entertaining.
It has hosted shows like The Real Housewives of Atlanta, Family Feud, The Real O’Neals, and other family-centric shows.
While it is not a part of the NBA, it is still available on DirecTV.
The network also has a YouTube channel where fans can share clips and make videos with their favorite NBA stars.
Where can I watch?
The All Star Celebrity Game will be televised live on TNT on Tuesday at 10 p.m.
NBA TV will stream the game live on Wednesday.
In addition to TNT, the NBA Network will also air the game.
TNT will stream a 30-second clip of the game from its All-Access app.
NBA TV will also have a dedicated NBA All Sports page that is available on the NBA YouTube channel.
NBA All Access is available in more than 120 countries around the world.
How many All Stars will there be?
The NBA will have eight All Stars who will be announced on Tuesday evening.
They will be: • Carmelo Anthony: The New York Knicks superstar will be on hand to receive the award.
The award will be presented to the NBA Player of the Year for the second time in three years.