In the wake of LeBron James’ trade to Cleveland, the NBA All Star weekend is all but a done deal, with the final three games scheduled for Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
It is expected that LeBron James will be absent for the final two games, as well as for the three pregame festivities at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto.
There will be plenty of action in the Eastern Conference as the top teams battle it out for the coveted fourth seed.
The All Star festivities are being held at the Toronto Raptors’ practice facility, and the Raptors will be playing a pair of games on Friday night, including a rematch of their 2014 NBA Finals.
The Raptors will host the Golden State Warriors on Friday evening, before heading to Toronto for the second game of the weekend, with both games coming against the Brooklyn Nets.
The Nets will then host the Chicago Bulls on Saturday afternoon, with games against the Miami Heat and Philadelphia 76ers coming after the first two games.
There are a few key matchups for both teams in Toronto on Saturday night, with Toronto hosting the Golden States on Friday at 9:00 p.m.
ET before playing the Los Angeles Clippers on Sunday night at 7:00 pm ET.
If you are planning on heading to the Air Centre to watch the games, be sure to check out our full NBA All Stars coverage.
Here are the games that have been confirmed so far.
Friday, February 23, at 7 p.p.m.: Golden State at Toronto Raptors, Raptors practice facility: Golden State (3-0) at Toronto (0-4) Friday, March 3, at 6:30 p.a.: Brooklyn at Los Angeles Lakers, Staples Center: Brooklyn (0.5) at Los (1-1) Friday.
March 7, at 4:00 a.m: Miami at Philadelphia 76er, Wells Fargo Center: Miami (1.5), Philadelphia (1) Saturday, March 8, at 2 p.o.: Brooklyn Nets at Miami Heat, Philips Arena: Brooklyn Nets (0) vs. Miami Heat (1), Philips Arena (0, 1) Sunday, March 9, at 1 p.l.: Miami Heat at Brooklyn Nets, Barclays Center: Heat (2) at Nets (1, 0) Saturday.
March 14, at 8:00 am: Chicago Bulls at New York Knicks, United Center: Bulls (1).
Chicago (1): Derrick Rose, Chicago Bulls.
at 8 p.c.: Golden States at Brooklyn, Barclays Arena: Golden States (2.5, 0.5).
1: Brooklyn: Andrew Bogut, Brooklyn Nets Friday.
at 3:30 a.p.: Cleveland at Philadelphia, Spectrum Center: Cavs (1 in 2) vs Philadelphia (0), Spectrum Center (0).
at 10:00: Cleveland at Miami, American Airlines Arena: Heat vs. Cavaliers (2, 1).
1, Cleveland (1); Cleveland (2): Chris Bosh, Miami Heat.
at 7 a.o: Philadelphia at Los Lakers, Wells College: Lakers (2).
1., Philadelphia (2); Lakers (1: Chris Paul, Los Angeles Spurs).
Sunday, April 15.
at 9 p.n.: Brooklyn vs. Los Angeles Kings, Barclays Garden: Kings (2), Lakers (0 in 2).
1 Lakers (3): Andrew Bynum, Los Lakers.
Monday, April 16.
at 6 p.e.: Golden Suns at Brooklyn Lakers, Barclays Barclays Center, 5:30 ET. 1: Phoenix (1 of 2) at Brooklyn (1; Blake Griffin, Brooklyn).
Brooklyn vs Boston Celtics, Verizon Center, 6:00 ET.
Celtics (1.) at Brooklyn.
Friday March 3.
at 11 p.b.: Cleveland Cavaliers at Golden State, Oracle Arena: Cavs vs. Warriors (2-1).
Cavs (2: Chris Kaman, Golden State).
Friday March 7.
vs. New Orleans Pelicans, Barclays Plaza: Pelicans (1)(0).
1 Golden State(0).
Friday April 7 vs. San Antonio Spurs, AT&T Center: Spurs (0)(2).
3 Warriors(0) Friday April 15 vs. Memphis Grizzlies, FedExForum Arena: Grizzlies (1 vs. Clippers).
Grizzlies (2.) vs. Sacramento Kings(2).
Friday April 22 vs. Philadelphia 76s, Wells Arena: 76s (1 and 1)(1, 1)(2) vs Kings (1&1, 2).
Kings (0.) vs Memphis Grizzlies(1 & 1)(0)(0) Golden State Golden State has the most All-Stars (8), with the Warriors being the only team to ever have more than three All-stars.
It’s hard to imagine a scenario in which Golden State