Providing an insider's guide to NBA All-Star 2008 in New Orleans, and NBA TV tip off their week-long coverage beginning on Monday, Feb. 11., which will have 5 million visits per day during the Week, and NBA TV, seen in 80 countries, will provide more than 300 hours of coverage. Below are highlights of and NBA TV’s coverage.

“Pistol Pete” Maravich Tribute – honors one of Louisiana’s most revered sons – former New Orleans Jazz playmaker and Hall of Famer Peter Maravich – by showcasing 10 rarely-seen plays from Maravich’s awe-inspiring NBA career. (Monday, Feb. 11)

NBA Cares All-Star Day of Service – NBA TV broadcasts live from the NBA Cares Day of Service when All-Stars and NBA legends participate in 10 community projects throughout New Orleans, including the building of playgrounds, the revitalization of schools and the refurbishment of homes. The network will broadcast from its stage at the New Orleans East Habitat for Humanity Home Build and will deliver reports from the Mahalia Jackson School, the Musician’s Village, and the Holy Cross Neighborhood. (Friday, Feb. 15, at 1:30 p.m. ET)

300 Greatest All-Star Plays and the All-Star Dunk-A-Thon – delves into the priceless NBA library to count down the Top 10 Plays from each All-Star Game for the past three decades. The Web site also spotlights one of the most entertaining events in sports, when it showcases the greatest dunks in the history of the annual Slam Dunk Contest, and presents the 57 greatest All-Star moments. (Monday, Feb. 11)

Hall of Fame Press Conference and Legends Brunch – NBA TV presents live the announcement of the finalists for the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame (Friday, Feb. 15 at 12 p.m. ET). On All-Star Sunday, the network provides a seat next to the pillars of the NBA when it airs the annual Legends Brunch. (Sunday, Feb. 17, at 12 p.m. ET)

NBA Vault All-Star Special – Hall of Famer and former New Orleans Jazz guard Gail Goodrich and New York Post columnist Peter Vecsey recall some of the greatest moments in All-Star history when they showcase rarely-seen videos from the NBA archives. (Fri., Feb. 15, at 7 p.m. ET)

All-Star East and West Practices – NBA TV broadcasts the Eastern and Western All-Star Team practices, including interviews with the players and the coaches. (Sat., Feb. 16, at 12 p.m. ET)

Sprite Slam Dunk Voting – For the first time, fans have a final say in deciding the winner of the Sprite Slam Dunk competition. Following the concluding round, fans can cast their votes via SMS TXT message and at to help determine this year’s winner. Their votes will be combined with the judges’ votes to help determine the winner. (Sat., Feb. 16, at 8 p.m. ET)

D-League All-Star Game – NBA TV showcases the best rising young stars when the D-League holds its All-Star Game. Hall of Famers Rick Barry and Lenny Wilkens serve as honorary captains for the event. (Sat., Feb. 16, at 3 p.m. ET)

Pregame and Postgame Coverage of the 57th All-Star Game – NBA TV and provides pregame coverage, including interviews with All-Stars, legends and coaches leading up to the 57th All-Star Game on TNT (Sunday, Feb. 17, at 6 p.m. ET), as well as a recap of the night’s event.

NBA Access with Ahmad Rashad: All-Star Special – Emmy Award-Winner Ahmad Rashad spotlights the rise of the New Orleans Hornets and the rebirth of the Crescent City. (Sunday, Feb. 17, at 10 p.m. ET)