NEW YORK -- All eyes will be on Sunday night's 64th NBA All-Star Game at Madison Square Garden, and even NBA fans outside of the United States are looking forward to the mid-season classic pitting the best players from both the Western and the Eastern Conferences against one another. The NBA All-Star Game 2015 is scheduled to start at 8.30 p.m. ET, and can be watched on TV on the TNT network. The game can also be watched online through live stream (details below).
Just like previous years, this year's game already had its share of pre-game ups and downs. Here are some of the things to watch out for in this game.
A different Damian Lillard more >>
NEW YORK -- The Madison Square Garden and the Barclays Center will host this year's NBA All-Star Weekend.
The respective home courts of the New York Knicks and the Brooklyn Nets will open their doors to the thousands of NBA fans from around the world who want to experience the league's mid-season classic.
The action will kick off on Friday night at the Madison Square Garden with the Sprint NBA All-Star Celebrity Game at 7 p.m on ESPN. more >>
NEW YORK -- Team Bosh is gunning for a three-peat in the Degree Shooting Stars challenge even as Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry, known to NBA fans as the "Splash Brothers," will face off in the Foot Locker Three-Point Shootout at the State Farm NBA All-Star Saturday Night at the Barclays Center.
The team of Chris Bosh, Dominique Wilkins, and Swin Cash will open the festivities in the Degree Shooting Stars as they will take on the trio of Curry, father Dell, and Sue Bird, the troika of Paul Millsap, Scottie Pippen, and Elena Delle Donne, and the squad of Russell Westbrook, Penny Hardaway, and Tamika Catchings.
Millsap took the place of Anthony Davis, who decided to skip the All-Star Weekend after injuring his shoulder last week. more >>
NEW YORK -- Kevin Hart will once again provide the hoops and the laughs in this year's Sprint NBA All-Star Celebrity Game on Friday night.
Hart, who will be making his fourth All-Star Celebrity Game appearance, will lead a group of 18 celebrities which included former NBA stars and current WNBA players according to the official release by the NBA.
Aside from the three-time MVP, the roster includes actors Ansel Elgort, Anthony Anderson, Common, Mo'ne Davis, Win Butler, Abhishek Bachchan, Michael Rapaport, and Chadwick Boseman. TV hosts Nick Cannon and Kirsten Ledlow also comprises the list of the players. more >>
The Academy Award-winning filmmaker directing the "Four Blood Moons" docu-drama has said he was drawn to the project because of his fondness for "Jews and the House of Israel." The film is based on the bestselling book of the same name written by Texas megachurch pastor John Hagee.
Keith Merrill, who won an Oscar for his 1973 documentary "The Great American Cowboy," made the remark in a statement emailed by Lovell-Fairchild Communications publicist Michael Conrad to The Christian Post.
He explained that he had "several" reasons for wanting to work on the "Four Blood Moons" movie project. more >>
Popular Brooklyn, New York megachurch pastor, A.R. Bernard is now grieving the loss off his firstborn son Alfonso R. Bernard Jr. who died last Wednesday after suffering an asthma attack. He was 39.
Pastor Bernard, who leads the Christian Cultural Center and is president of the Council of Churches of the City of New York made the revelation in a tweet last Thursday in which he pointed to his pain.
"Last night I lost my first born son to an asthma attack. It hurts... I love you forever, Fonz - Dad...," he noted. more >>