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I've decided to use this thread to continue my NBA All-Star Series. No use in making a whole new one. I'm going to go in order by doing Cleveland, Salt Lake City, and then Indianapolis. After that, I'll just predict where the NBA will host their games based on the likelihood of the city (so cities like Chicago and Toronto are out because they just hosted one). Here's the link to my Cleveland one... I'll update this section of the thread whenever I complete a new city. Stay tuned for more! Cleveland 2022 Salt Lake City 2023 (v2) Indianapolis 2024 Miami 2025 Dallas 2026 (v2) San Francisco 2027 (coming tonight) Portland 2028 (coming soon) and more... The 2023 NBA All-Star Game is set to be held in Salt Lake City, Utah. This is my idea. The logo (as seen above) is fairly self-explanatory. The classic Jazz note with Jerry on the basketball (while holding another basketball...basketballception). The wordmark I used was derived from this uniform, which was from the only other time that Utah hosted an All-Star game. For the life of me, I could not find this script anywhere. I looked for an hour and then tried to make my own, but it came out really scuffed. The number font on the back is inspired by these uniforms, a rather forgotten part of Utah's uniform history. The design should be obvious to any basketball fan. These beauties. The colours for Team Siakam are inspired by these fan-favourite uniforms (which I also love). A nice ode to the mountains of Utah. The Team Brown uniforms are the classic retro colours that have become so famous in the NBA. Let me know what you guys think!
That's right the East vs West format is gone! players are voted into a "pool" of players and the top 2 vote getters become captains (like on the playground) and pick their teams from that pool. More details here: http://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/20905491/nba-all-star-game-switch-formats-captains-pick-team-conference-affiliations What do you think of this shake-up?