NBA All-Star game tickets are going to be nearly impossible to come by, but that does not mean that locals will be shut out of the weekend’s festivities.
NBA All-Star Jam Session allows fans to interactively participate in NBA action at the Los Angeles Convention Center from February 18-21.
NBA All-Star Jam Session gives fans access to more than 450,000 square feet of nonstop basketball action and to gain access to the NBA like never before. Jam Session offers a unique experience where fans can shoot, slam, dribble, and drive all day; compete against their friends in skills challenges; score game-changing basketball tips from NBA players and legends and collect free autographs. Young fans can hang out in the Kids Zone – with hoops and interactive activities that are the perfect size for kids’ slam dunks, three-pointers, and jump shots.
Los Angeles Lakers Pau Gasol and Lamar Odom, as well as Los Angeles Clipper Blake Griffin, will serve as official spokesmen for the largest fan event during NBA All-Star 2011.
In addition, the entire roster of NBA All-Stars will take to Jam Session Center Court on Saturday, Feb. 19 for the NBA All-Star Practice. On Friday, Feb. 18 Jam Session also hosts the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game, where fans can see their favorite celebrities and entertainment stars. Tickets for the NBA All-Star Practice and NBA All-Star Celebrity Game are now on sale.
The NBA, the City of Los Angeles and Electronic Recyclers International (ERI) are joining together to host the first-ever NBA All-Star E-waste Recycling Day at the Los Angeles Convention Center on Saturday, February 12.
Fans dropping off their old electronics will receive tickets to Family Day (Monday, Feb. 21/Presidents Day) at NBA All-Star Jam Session presented by Adidas, which takes place at the Convention Center Feb. 18-21.
More information about NBA All-Star Jam Session can be found at www.nba.com
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