By Paramjit Mahal, Project Spurs.com
With the 2012-2013 NBA All-Star weekend approaching, I began to think about how the All-Star Weekend has changed.
In the 1980s, the league’s best players looked forward towards competing against each other in order to earn bragging rights for a year. Players now are content with making cameos during the Saturday night events and giving minimum effort during the game. The players would skip the weekend altogether if they could. Now players are more concerned with using the time to improve their public image and making business deals.
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