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- Geek & Sci-Fi
Derrick Rose's 2012 NBA All-Star Weekend will be remembered for the one dance he never did.
I knew it was for real when I hadn't taken more than three steps off the flight before I nearly ran into some cat wearing a Bobcats hat.
Like we always do at this time, let's run back and run off a list of 10 things we took away from 2012 NBA All-Star Game (one that's already being billed as the best since 2006).
In the grand scheme of things, the Oscars were the biggest stage of entertainment last night.
And so it begins.
I'm back in here like Jordan with the 4-5.
It doesn't happen very often, so we're a little surprised the Three-Point Shootout was much more entertaining than the Dunk Contest.
As the superstar center in the host city of this year's NBA All-Star Game, there's a little extra pressure on Dwight Howard this weekend.
Remember when everyone was so concerned about taking Kyrie Irving No.
All-Star Weekend is measured by the plays that make everyone get out of their seats â€” whether it's a courtside chair or your couch â€” and howl.
NBA fans pining for Ricky Rubio to toss an off-the-backboard alley-oop to Blake Griffin may get their wish granted well before the Spanish point guard ever becomes an All Star.
We all know Blake Griffin is a rising star, but today it was announced the All-Star starter is one of 18 chosen for the 2012 BBVA Rising Stars Challenge during All-Star weekend in Orlando.
It seems crazy to think about barely one month into the season, but we're not that far off from All-Star Weekend.