NBA All-Star Game And The 10 Biggest Problems with the NBA

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NBA All-Star Game And The 10 Biggest Problems with the NBA
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NBA All-Star Weekend is almost here.

We can all celebrate...until it finally begins and puts us to sleep, much thanks to LeBron James’ absence in the ever-underwhelming dunk competition and the general apathy-show that the “excited” players will put on in the NBA All-Star Game.

Since it is being held in Los Angeles, a city noted for glitz, glamour and the largest amount of homelessness in the United States of America, we can all expect the most plastic of showings ever.

It will be fun to watch Blake Griffin in the dunk contest, which will alleviate much of the boredom that Nate Robinson has given us year, after year, after year.

But then, JaVale McGee will show us what happens when you combine height, power, jumping ability and the incapacity to put them all together into something creative: Yawn.

But All-Star Weekend is far from the most disappointing and lurking problem that the National Basketball Association has to offer. It is simply a taste.

Here are 10 of the biggest problems with the NBA:

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