The NBA All-Star break, despite some recent alterations, is hardly a break. It’s a long weekend in a bad way, what with media and promotional appearances on Friday, followed by, well, media and promotional appearances on Saturday, followed by the same on Sunday no matter what your role in the makeup of the showcase is.
Whether you’re in the actual All-Star Game proper or any number of the NBA’s sideshow events, there will be a microphone in your face and a suggestion to detail how, exactly, everything has gone wrong with the team you left behind in order to come to New Orleans.
No amount of fleur-de-lis ubiquity or King Baby creepiness can fully remove a player from what they know best, even if they don’t like what they’re aware of. They’re still on the Chicago Bulls. Their team still needs a power forward. There’s still beef,Read More »from Even the All-Star 'break' can't separate its participants away from regular season drama