When the NBA announced plans for the 2017 All-Star game in Charlotte, the NBA Players Association and the NBA had the most detailed list of possible events the league could host in its bid to host the game in 2019.
They had already made their decision on where they wanted the 2019 event to be held, and that included holding the 2019 NBA All-Stars Game in Atlanta, which would have been the largest market for NBA All Americans in the U.S. The announcement also included announcing that NBA All Star Weekend in Las Vegas would be relocated to San Antonio, Texas.
But after the NBA’s board of governors met in Los Angeles, they announced they would no longer support hosting the All-Spurs game at the Toyota Center, which was located at the time on the west side of the Las Vegas Strip.
“We were disappointed that our proposal did not get the support it deserved,” the NBA said in a statement released to the media.
“It was the right decision for the NBA, and we’re glad that we were able to move forward with the 2019 All-stars Game.”
The decision to relocate the game came after the owners of the NBA and the National Basketball Players Association, the players union, met in New York last month to explore the possibility of moving the game to Los Angeles.
“The NBA has consistently and strongly supported the inclusion of all fans, players and arenas in the NBA All Sports and we will continue to do so as the All Sports game continues to evolve and grow in the future,” NBA commissioner Adam Silver said in the statement.
The decision by the NBA to move the 2019 game to San Francisco is a significant one, as it would give the league an opportunity to take advantage of the city’s proximity to the Bay Area and the large population that lives in that area.
However, the city of San Francisco was not included in the 2019 bid, and the league is expected to announce a replacement venue at a later date.
While the decision to move it to Los Santos is a major blow to the league’s bid, the move is a win for the Bay area.
According to the San Francisco Examiner, the San Antonio Spurs have expressed interest in the All Stars game in 2020, as they have previously hosted the event in San Antonio.
The city of Los Angeles hosted the All Star game in 2021, and it was the only other city in the United States to host an All-Americans game.
The All-star game will be held on January 23, 2021 in the Staples Center, and will be televised live on ESPN, ESPN Deportes and the ESPN App.
In addition, there will be a variety of special features at the event, including a special All-Access pass for fans to experience all the events and events that will be presented at the All Seasons.
The 2020 All-Sparks game will also feature the All stars of the league including Shaquille O’Neal, Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony, LeBron Sanders, Paul George, Kevin Durant, Kobe, Tim Duncan and Chris Paul.
There will also be a live stream of the AllStar festivities on ESPN3, the league announced on Wednesday.