All-Star Weekend Player Mailboxes
From Friday's T-Mobile Rookie Challenge to Sunday's 2006 All-Star Game, 12 global players will be a part of this year's All-Star competitions. NBA.com tracked down the answers to some of your questions — check out what these global standouts had to say:
NBA Europe Live Reception
On Saturday, the NBA Europe Live reception started immediately after the arrival of NBA Commissioner David Stern and several NBA players including the Phoenix Suns' Shawn Marion and Steve Nash, the L.A. Clippers' Elton Brand, San Antonio Spurs Tim Duncan and Tony Parker and Philadelphia 76ers' forward Andre Iguodala.
Gasol Caps Great Week with a Trip to Houston
There promises to be plenty of unforgettable moments over the next few days as Gasol embarks on a whirlwind All-Star Weekend that will consist of photo shoots, press conferences, and of course, the big game Sunday night.
NBA All-Star 2006 To Reach Fans In Record 215 Countries
NBA fans in a record 215 countries will experience the drama and excitement of NBA All-Star 2006 in Houston and will be able to follow their favorite All-Stars and legends day-to-day through NBA television, Internet, film and digital technologies.
International TV All-Star Broadcast
In the United States, be sure to watch the 2006 NBA All-Star Game live on TNT on Sunday, February 20 at 8 p.m. ET. You may also find the most recent broadcast information around the world for NBA All-Star 2006 here. Schedule subject to change. See local listings or check back for the most up-to-date broadcast information.
Five International Players to Provide Assist to FedEx
Steve Nash, Tony Parker, Peja Stojakovic, Andrew Bogut and Pau Gasol join other international stars to host basketball clinics for fans at the FedEx Global Village at NBA All-Star Jam Session.
NBA Europe Live Presented by EA Sports™
NBA Europe Live presented by EA Sports™ will feature the Los Angeles Clippers, Philadelphia 76ers, Phoenix Suns and the 2005 NBA Champion San Antonio Spurs conducting training camps in October 2006 and competing against top European basketball clubs in seven European cities in five countries.
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Follow All-Star on NBA.com International Sites
Fan are able to follow NBA All-Star 2006 with 13 different live audio broadcasts in English,
Hebrew, Mandarin, Cantonese, Tagalog, French, German, Greek, Lithuanian, Macedonian, Polish, Portuguese and Spanish.
NBA.com's international sites will both feature comprehensive, in-language coverage of NBA All-Star 2006 including local broadcast information, NBA Blog Squad, wallpapers, photo gallery and other special features.