Five Ways the NBA Can Improve All-Star Weekend

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Five Ways the NBA Can Improve All-Star Weekend
With an abundance of All-Star forwards in the West, will Amare be a shoe-in?

I can't be the only one that feels this way.

All-Star weekend has felt like a joke for the past few years. So much, in fact that I have really only watched the All-Star game for probably the last five years. Even I like taking a break from the regular season (and all defense what-so-ever) to see what kind of plays these superstar players can put up against one-another. However, in a league ran by a man that drools on the floor every time an elite player joins another one, he certainly doesn't help himself by putting people like Shannon Brown/Gerald Wallace in the dunk contest (the lowest scores since 2005).

Although the All-Star game was record breaking last year, it was still the only thing I watched out of the entire weekend.

In my opinion, here are a few ways to they could improve All-Star Weekend.

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