Top Five Things to Watch for on All-Star Weekend

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1. Carmelo Anthony in the All-Star Game


This NBA MVP candidate and Eastern Conference All-Star starter certainly has the potential to win his first All-Star game MVP on Sunday night. As the NBA’s second leading scorer behind Kevin Durant, Carmelo Anthony (29.0 PPG, 2.8 APG and 6.4 RPG) is a constant threat to even the best defensive players in the NBA, thanks to his imposing size, quickness, and sharp-shooting ability. Be sure to watch as Melo’s skills are put on display as he represents the Knicks, while playing both with, and against, the best players in the NBA.

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