Somewhere in the middle of the New York Giants crapping the bed against the Denver Broncos on Thanksgiving night, I resisted the urge to throw my remote against the wall and instead decided it would be a better idea to use it to change the channel. I flipped over to NBA-TV and ended up watching the 2001 NBA All-Star Game. A few things struck me from this game... The quality of play in this game was absolutely atrocious. This was back when NBA All-Star games were basically two hours of uncontested layups, no-look passes going out of bounds and big men awkwardly bricking wide open threes.
The East won the game 111-110, which is unbelievable if you look at the rosters . Only two guys from the East team (Vince Carter and Ray Allen) are still relevant players while for the West, six g ...
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