NBA playoff races are becoming more of a contest of attrition than ever before.
That’s partly because of the way games are played, but also because the league has moved its postseason schedules.
While the NBA is playing two exhibition games this week, the NBA schedule for the NBA All-Star Game is scheduled to kick off at 7 p.m.
ESPN will televise the game.
The All-Stars are expected to be the best-attended basketball game in NBA history, with a capacity of 6,000 people.
The NBA All Star Game has been held since the mid-1960s.
The event has drawn nearly 25 million viewers to ESPN in the four decades since, including over 20 million who tuned in for the 2006 NBA All Summer.
But the game has been in the news lately for a host of reasons.
The league was fined $5 million last month for not keeping up with the demand for tickets.
ESPN and TNT are airing two of the games on Wednesday night, and ESPN is hosting a special edition of its SportsCenter.
The games are also generating a lot of attention.
Earlier this week ESPN.com reported that ESPN has made a deal with NBA commissioner Adam Silver to broadcast the 2017 All-NBA games.
The game is set to be played in the Rose Garden.
Silver has made the All-Access show a regular event, hosting a weekly show on ESPN Radio.