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Old 08-11-2011, 03:18 PM   #18
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Default Re: Who should host 2014 NBA All-Star weekend?

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Originally Posted by Faberg
It'll be a shame if Orlando doesn't get to host due to the lockout. Amway Center is beautiful.
This. There's not going to be a season, Orlando doesn't get it in 2014 it's a joke.

Indy hasn't had it since 84. The city's literally designed to hold events like that. Sure, it'd be cold, but you'd only have to be outside for minutes at a time everything's so close. I'm sure they'd hold the game in Lucas Oil (Colts stadium), which is a shame, Conseco Fieldhouse is beautiful. Lucal Oil's state of the art and all, but it's a monstrosity.
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